My wife and I had both of our MacBook Pro unibody's stolen about two weeks ago. We were able to recover them because we both had Undercover installed- YES! The trouble now is I can't reinstall OSX on either machine, which prevents me from erasing the drives and enjoying a fresh install. The OSX disc I have is a stand-alone Snow Leopard DVD that I bought a few years ago- the same disc I used to put SL on both machines before they were ripped off. The thieves deleted both our user accounts and made their own, and who knows what else they did. All I know is that when I try to reinstall OSX I get the following errors: Machine 1 When I try to install from desktop (double click disc) the installation stops halfway through, machine reboots and then stalls at Apple logo screen When I try to install from startup (hold C with disc inserted) the machine freezes at the same Apple logo screen Machine 2 Install from desktop- installation stops halfway through, machine reboots and does a kernal dump Install from startup- immediate kernel dump The funny thing is that machine 1 gave me a kernal dump when I was working on a Photoshop file. Funny because it's machine 2 getting the kernal dumps during installation I didn't really laugh when it happened. Anyway obviously both machines are pretty screwed up, and I would really appreciate any suggestions!