Hey all. Thanks for anyone that can give me advice on this issue. I'm fairly good at fixing my sister's Late 2006 MacBook if it breaks down, but this time is a bit odd. She goes to college in the middle of nowhere, and there's no good Apple support place she can go to, and I kinda don't want to her to send her laptop to Apple because she does not have AppleCare. It started a couple days ago, she plugged her MacBook in on her desk and went to class. That night, she needed to read some marketing material, and unplugged the laptop from the wall, laid down on her bed and started reading the material and all of a sudden, the computer shuts off. She tried restarting it, got the the Apple Logo screen, then shuts off again. I had her zap the PRAM, thinking it was a power distribution issue on the BIOS, but it won't turn on, period. I'm afraid that zapping the PRAM make the issue worse, but shouldn't have. I can't think of anything else to do besides having her send it in to Apple. Lastly, I was searching Apple Support Docs on the issue, and nothing I found to work, and they even suggested zapping the PRAM and PMU. Could it be that the power supply shorted, or something that distributed power short/fry? Any help would be great!