My MacBook Pro went to sleep yesterday and when prompted out of it asked for the Administrator login, which it has never done and was not accepting (Not sure if pw is right?). Used install disc to reset password, but the Mac HD drive was not showing up in the window. Ran disk utility through the install disc today and this is what was found: Verifying volume Macintosh HD Checking HFS Plus volume. Checking Extents Overflow file. Checking Catalog file. Checking multi-linked files. Checking Catalog hierarchy. Checking Extended Attributes file. Checking volume bitmap. Checking volume bitmap. Checking volume information. Volume Header needs minor repair The volume Macintosh HD needs to be repaired. Error: The underlying task reported failure on exit 1 HFS volume checked Volume needs repair .... So, not knowing a whole lot about computers I ask, What is my next step? My instinct is to run the disk repair, correct? Keeping in mind that I have no access to the computer other than through the install disc. Also, Is this a precursor to a more serious, full on, hard drive failure? If it is able to be repaired through the disc, should I replace the hard drive anyway? And finally, how much are we talking to replace a Hard drive for a 2006 15" MacBook Pro? Thanks in advance for the advice!!