Hello all, About 2 days ago, I tried to boot up my MBP (2008, Nvidia 8600 model) but I had no video on my display. I tried plugging it to 2 external monitors, and they didn't work either. I did everything Apple suggested (resetting PRAM, etc) and finally decided to take it to an Apple Store. The guy at the Apple store ran some tests and he agreed that it probably was the Nvidia issue, but said he couldn't send my MBP in for repair because of "accidental damage" (see below for pics of the small bump). He recommended I call up Apple care and try to send it in myself. Question: Should I open the MBP and try to fix the bump so the Apple repair guys don't have an issue with it? I'm not sure if that would void the warranty. http://img44.imageshack.us/i/1000555k.jpg/ http://img37.imageshack.us/i/1000556l.jpg/ http://img220.imageshack.us/i/1000557s.jpg/ I've had that bump for over a year, and it was never an issue before. Thanks for the help.