Got an interesting one here today: My "white polycarbonate A1342 Core2Duo" MacBook is exhibiting some odd symptoms with its keyboard. Most of the keys work, but some keys will tend to not respond at all. The funny thing is that if you press the nonresponsive keys enough times, random keystrokes are sent to the computer; for example: At this very moment, the "P" is one of the nonresponsive keys. If I press it once, nothing happens, if I press it a multitude of times, it will eventually type "p0-/000" and [return] for me. In the same way, if I press "B" once, nothing happens, but if I press it many times, it will eventually type "zxcm,.,." and also [start/pretzel]. I have already ruled out "operating system flukes" by starting the computer from a bootable CD into a WinPE enviroment and experiencing the same problems. I also reset the PRAM by holding down alt+start+p+r on a USB keyboard. Any ideas? Am I going to have to replace the whole palmrest and keyboard or might it just be something simpler? Thanks.