Hi guys, I was one of the lucky ones that had a flawed Intel 320 SSD. I was already using Lion few weeks ago when my SSD "crashed" and I lost everything. Fortunately, I had another HDD (optibay) and I managed to install Snow Leopard there until I could fix my SSD. Last night I installed the new firmware on my 320 SSD and it became alive again. I decided to use SuperDuper to clone my HHD with Snow Leopard to my SSD. It worked great, BUT, my SSD is now a MBR (Master Boot Record) and I can't install Lion on it. The installations tells me to go to Disk Utility and change the partition scheme, but it doesn't let me do it. Is there a way to convert from MBR into GUID Partition Table? Did I do something wrong with SuperDuper? Or should I just erase the SSD, change the partition to GUID and then "clone" my HDD again without the boot option? Any help will be very appreciated. Thank you all!