Any one else having problems using M4 or other solid state HD as a boot drive? Any solutions? I Have a Powermac G5 dual core (2.3) - Tried the following and still does not show as an option to install OSX from DVD software: SSD not recognized in your (Mac): Options Here are the steps that our performance testing lab took when installing OSX on the SSD: 1. Once the SSD has been installed, ensure that the ribbon cable and the SATA interface cables are attached properly to the drive and also verify it is seated into the motherboard/pcb. This is very important, we receive several calls every week where the cables were the problem. 2. Install OSX Disc 1 and wait until it asks you which disk you want to install the OS to. The SSD will not show up here! The drive comes without a partition, and needs to be reformatted/partitioned for the OSX before the installation disc can recognize it. 3. Select Utilities and then select Disk Utilities. 4. The Crucial SSD will show up in the Disk Utility (if it doesn't, power down and check both ends of the SATA cable again). Highlight the SSD and click the Partition tab. 5. Click on Options and verify that it's set to "GUID Partition Scheme". 6. Now select Partition 1 if you want to use the entire SSD as a single partition, and give it a suitable name. 7. Verify that it has default selected "Mac OS Ex tended (Journaled)". 8. Select Partition. The drive will now be partitioned and formatted. 9. When the Disk Utility is done, close it. 10. You should now be back on the screen where you can select a destination to load the OS, and this time the SSD will show up there. Select it, and continue with the install.