Hi there everyone, I am trying to upgrade an old PPC Imac with an ssd to make applications load at nice speeds. Its basically just used for browsing the internet, so I figured an ssd would be a super duper upgrade. So I installed this ssd into it, and installed 10.5.6. It boots up, gives me that welcome video, and then I proceed to configure the Keyboard and make the account. You know, the usual. But once I finish that, the ssd stops working. Thus, I am unable to read/write... anything. I turn off the computer, and turn it on again and it does not boot. It has the flashing icon in the middle of a white screen basically saying there is nothing bootable connected. So I pop in the install disk, go into disk utility and try to verify the ssd but it can't be verified nor can it be repaired. It also doesn't mount. So I erase it, partition it and try it all again. Then it happens again. I did this about 5 times. The same thing just repeats every time I try to install. Any tips? Its an OCZ Vertex Plus 240GB ssd. I am quite tech savy, having built a few computers and what not, so I am able to follow through on any information without much help. Thanks -Kevin. ---------- Oops, wrong section, should be in ppc Imac. Sorry. Could an admin move it please?