Hi guys, so Tuesday evening I ran a software update on my 10.7.2 MBP, and I downloaded the latest software updates. It was one of those updates where it's like "Do not turn off your computer or touch the power button." Somehow, by some freak accident, my laptop froze midway through. I sat and waited....and waited...and waited some more. Two hours passed. Zero progress. I had no choice but to shut it down. When I reboot it, my encryption password screen pops up, put in my password. The spinning thing pops up, and freezes. I wait... nothing happens. Pop in my external and boot Lion Recovery HD. Restore from backup, success! Green check marks and all. It says it would restart in Mac OS X. Hit ok, then ERROR: Boot sector invalid. Cannot boot. Shuts down, and then I turn it on. There is NO OS for my Macintosh, and no Recovery HD. Command R brings up Internet recovery, which cannot seem to connect to an access point. I used the option key and there was only my Windows drive that I set up for Boot Camp. I'm going in for a Genius Bar appointment today. In worst case scenario, will they replace my Macbook Pro for me? I had it for less than 90 days. I still have nine months for the hardware failure warranty thing. I cannot leave without a working OS, as I have a term paper due Monday, and I'm FREAKING out! Thanks in advance! EDIT: Newest update: Internet Recovery provides error -1007F. See apple.com/support. What's that?