When I start up my MBP (13" uMBP July 2009), the Apple logo and the rotating symbol at the bottom stay there forever (even for 12 hours). It is essentially broken. I have my old installation DVD (I think 10.5.7). I can boot the computer from the DVD Disk. At this point, I don't care if I lose my data on my harddrive. I just want a functioning MBP. What can I do? What if I just want to erase everything on the harddrive and completely restore the MBP from the Installation DVD. How do I do that? This is particularly complicated b/c when I boot it and it asks me for a "Destination" to install MAC OSX, there is no option. I see something called Disk Utility, and options for "New Image", "Convert", etc. I don't know what to do with this all, especially since it won't give me an option to install MAC OSX to a certain location. Is there a way for me to completely erase my harddrive and install MAC OSX through Disk Utility?