My macbook pro is a little under a month old. Never dropped, never even touched harshly. Only lots of babying. Anyhow, the hard drive all the sudden freaked out. Now it is burning so hot that I can't touch the spot it is under. It just happened in windows when I was just about to play starcraft. This is wierd because it was fine when I was in Mac OSX just moments earlier. Well anyway, I check NHC and it says 77 degrees Celsius!! I turn it off immediately and take out the battery because I didn't want the heat to transfer over. The hard drive got so hot that it smells like solder in the room. I wait until it is cooled off and then I turn it on again with no battery. It doesn't turn on. The power cord is showing green so it should turn on. I listen to around the hard drive and I just hear a constant clicking noise. I then put the battery in without the cord and it turns on. I choose Mac OSX. I feel it heating up again and I can hear it whirring non stop even after everything has been loaded. I check iStat but it says it's normal temperature at like 52 degrees (relatively i mean compared to before) but it's burning hot where the hard drive is. I connect the cord and I see the memory controller temperature spiking up until 72 degrees from the low 50's!!! I turn it off immediately and now I am extremely pissed off. It better not have done damage to other components of the notebook. I smell the scent of burnt metal/solder throughout the room. I wouldn't be so pissed off if I hadn't gone into the apple store before telling them that I think something was wrong with my hard drive cause it makes a lot of clunking and clicking noises. They told me it was normal. What should I do? Should I demand a new replacement? How should I approach them? Cause I am super pissed and I'm sure others understand!