Hey guys, so I'm having a bit of trouble with my new 2011 MBP. I decided to go ahead and stick in my Optibay today, but since Macs can't boot DVDs from external drives, I need to install Windows first. The drive I'm using is an Intel X25-M G2 160 GB with a 100% clean install of Snow Leopard on it. I've already partitioned the drive using Boot Camp Assistant. This is where it gets weird. Once I insert the Windows install disc (it has worked before) and try to reboot to that, I just get the blinking folder with the question mark. If I try to boot back into OS X by holding option on startup, my Intel SSD sometimes fails to show up. I then try to eject the disc by holding the mouse button on startup, and the machine gets to the Apple, which changes into a circle with the slash through it. I can then get the machine to boot properly if I restart again 1-2 times. Now, if I pop my stock 128 GB SSD from Apple back into the machine, I can successfully boot to both OS X and the Windows install disc without a problem. But, I do not want Windows on this drive. Clearly, there seems to be an issue with the Intel drive. I have done permissions repair, I have reset the PRAM. Does anyone have any other ideas as to how to get this to work?