I just traveled to Cleveland on a trip, and when I got here I hooked up my Macbook Pro, which had been in sleep mode in OSX. I opened the notebook, and everything was fine as usual, screen looked fine. I then rebooted the computer to go into Boot Camp and use Windows, and instead of rebooting the screen went black. So I shut the power off, and then restarted the computer, and all of a sudden, all of the graphics (for the hard drive selector of Boot Camp) were totally and completely discolored. It's like a 10 color pallette, I have included a picture so you guys can see what it looks like. Anyone have any idea what to do? I've already tried taking out the battery for a bit and putting it back in - same result. This computer is a first generation Macbook Pro, the $2500 model with the 7200RPM HD added. I have already taken it into the Apple store under Applecare for noise problems, and they replaced the mainboard, hard drive, all cables, and all fans.