I attached a picture of my disk utility problem above. I got a 13" Unibody Macbook Pro recently, bought a Hitachi 500GB 7200rpm travelstar, took out the 2gb of stock ram, installed 4GB of crucial. Then cloned my old macbooks drive to the new one. Installed. Everything seemed to go flawlessly. The drive is very quiet,very big, seems pretty fast etcc. However it's been about a week of use and today for the first time I started noticing some issues. I turned it on again and it went to the flashing ? inside a folder, making me restart holding the option key, selecting the Hitachi 500gb to boot from. Weird, because I had 100% set it for the selected boot drive and didn't do that before. Anyways it takes an extra long time to load up, finally back into the desktop. Double check to make sure the Hitachi is selected again as the designated boot up. Everything seems fine again except I keep getting the beach ball way too often and ****ing annoying crashing of apps wayyy more than it should be. Almost feel like I shouldn't of sold my black macbook for this because I never had any problems like this. So then to cut to the chase, I go to disk utility to see if anything is up. As you can see in the picture it gives me a red error. Does anyone have an idea of what's up? I backed everyone on time machine quick since I was getting sketched, but I just installed this drive and can't afford to deal with computer problems. Is there a way to "repair" the drive and fix this supposed volume index problem? Even though it doesn't give me the option there... Once again, I used clone copy to clone the old drive to this one. Seemed to make an absolutely perfect clone. So I don't know why it is doing this. Sorry for writing so much but any input would be greatly appreciated.