Yesterday, I had to witness the death of two Macbooks. It was a bad day. Firstly, my Macbook Pro. I was using it in my bedroom, it was plugged in. I went to make some food, and upon my return I am greeted by a blank screen, probably just a hiccup right? So I held the power button down expecting it to spring back in to life. But it didn't. It wouldn't turn back on. At all. Luckily, I thought, I have my old 2006 Macbook that I keep as a back up just for times like this. As it hasn't been turned on for a while, the low battery warning comes on, so I plug it in. 10 seconds later, it hibernates. I switch it back on, but it keeps hibernating for no good reason. So I think restarting it will solve the problem. It didn't. It too, now wouldn't turn back on. At all. In the space of a few minutes, they both completely died. I've tried resetting SMC, PRAM, everything I've found on Apple's support page and forums like this. Nothing has worked. The light on the power cable glows orange when plugged in, so it is still charging, and the battery indicator lights on the side of the MBP work fine. Aside from that, they are both completely lifeless. So I need advice. Here are a few specifics; *My MBP is one year and FIVE days old. Meaning it misses Apple's 12 month warranty by 5 days. *I did however, buy a 2 year extended warranty with the shop I purchased it from. I tried calling them but they weren't open and won't be until January 4th. *In September, the power cord of my MBP wore out and stopped working. It's a well known fault and after taking it to the Genius bar they replaced the half of it that connects to the computer. I called Technical Support yesterday, and he said that the power brick is very unlikely to be at fault, andI should take it to the Genius Bar for testing. The soonest slot was Jan 5th. I am utterly confused about what to do. The fact my older Macbook died so quickly after being plugged in makes me think that it MUST be a fault with the power cable that Apple gave me in September, but is that even possible? If it does prove to be the cable that they replaced, then surely I should be able to get both Macbooks repaired/replaced by Apple, seeing as it is the cable that killed them both. It came with a 12 month warranty, but does that still count if it starts killing your machines? Somehow. I'm not TOO concerned about the old Macbook, but my MBP breaking 5 days after its warranty expires is annoying. Either the power cable is at fault, or my Macbooks had a suicide pact. Whatever advice anybody can give me would be appreciated so much. It's frustrating because I can't do anything until Jan 4th, so I'm relying on forumers. Thankyou!