Last month I removed my super drive from my MBP i7 and replaced it with an SSD using the New Modus caddy. This was done so I could place a 1TB Scorpio Blue in the HDD bay. Last night, I left my computer on, and I must have accidentally pulled out the power cord. When I tried to wake it, nothing happened, so I reattached the magsafe and, low and behold, OSX would not load. I restarted with the same result - the grey and black startup wheel spins continuously (not the rainbow beachball) and the OS wont load. In response I attached my external superdrive and ran disk utilities on the SSD drive, which contains the OS. Apparently, the drive is corrupt and cannot be repaired. Disk utilities displays a “B-tree” error and recommends that I reformat the drive after removing any files that I am able to. To anyone out there that may be able to help, is there anyway that I can repair my SSD without reformatting? I thought about swapping my HDD from my old MBP for the Scorpio Blue drive and selecting it as the start up drive so I could try to transfer files, but its not a S-ATA connection. Would Disk Warrior or something similar be more effective at repairing the drive than Apple Disk Utility? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.