Well.....I guess the time has come. My MacbookPro has officially died for reasons unknown. I put it to sleep then came to open it the next day and it didn't turn on. Of course I knew it was because it only had 14% left on the battery so all it needs is a charge, right? Nope, plugged in the MagSafe and still nothing. I let it charge and still nothing. There's no sign of life besides the battery light and the MagSafe lights. I opened it up and the connections are all perfect. No corrosion or anything around the magsafe plug and also the power cable from the battery to the logic board is fine. Im not sure what to do at this point. Shameon me for bragging about a 5 year old laptop running perfectly Here's is what I know: - Brand new battery, charges, and indicator lights are accurate - MagSafe also brand new and lights up properly - SMC reset does not work - Logic board appears to be in perfect shape Can anyone shed any light? I knew this day was inevitable but I just cant believe it would die suddenly without any notice. Also, if I take it to a genius sill they be able to diagnose it since it's such outdated hardware?