Howdy all, I received a 2010 i5 Macbook Pro a few months back, around April time, as a gift for college/uni and it's been my best friend since, I've loved every minute of it and though it's not my first mac it's felt that way, so fresh. I had no problems up until today when I closed the lid to put it to sleep as per usual, while I played a little xbox, but when I returned and opened the lid it had frozen and something inside, which I presume to be the hard drive, was making a funky recurring noise. I had to force it to shut down and now it won't boot, staying at the white screen with no logo appearing, whilst the funny internal noise persists. I immediately got on the phone to support who ran me through some reset instructions but nothing seemed to work, it didn't boot the install disc or respond to anything I was told to do. Soon enough I was told that I would have to visit my closet genius bar so I have an appointment booked at the new Covent Garden store here in London (yay at least I get to see the new store!). And this is where my question lies. I'm wondering what I can expect, if I will have to pay any repair costs (I don't think it was my fault, I only closed the lid) etc. I don't have any apple care plan (I wasn't offered it at time of purchase and forgot, or did they not offer it because I bought the mac with student discount?). I was told I'd receive an e-mail running through the basic information of what my trip will entail, but it's yet to arrive, so if anybody would care to help out I'd greatly appreciate it. Sorry for rambling, I'm just kinda worried about my little mac and it's future.