Hello, My girlfriend has the 2010 13" MacBook Pro. In November, the computer stopped recognizing the hard drive so she took it to our universitys computer store and they replaced the hard drive cable. Several months later (February?), the hard drive started encountering errors, so I backed everything up (with great difficulty) and replaced the hard drive, but eventually figured out the cable was going bad so we took the computer back and they replaced it for free under Apples 90-day repair policy. She took her computer in again this week because it was taking 40 minutes to boot and she just found out the hard drive cable is bad again. Its $66.20 to repair; I think she should argue with the repair place that she already paid them to fix the problem and its probably still not really fixed since this is the third cable thats failed, but I dont know how much leeway Apple-authorized repair centers have with things like this. There is an Apple Store not too far away I tried to convince her to go to instead, but the university place already did the repair and sent her the bill. Is it possible to get Apple to comp the repair and/or replace the computer? It has one other problem that may or may not be related: one of the RAM slots doesnt work. We put a 4 GB stick in the working slot to get back up to the original amount. Thanks!