I have a late 2007 white Macbook. I installed a 320 GB drive into the optical bay and my O/S drive was a 120 GB OCZ Vertex+ I had previously had a Crucial M4 as the OS drive for months. I used SuperDuper to clone it to the OCZ about a week ago and had no problems. The system was running fine until a few days ago when it started acting weird, so I tried to reboot. I got the blinking folder with a question mark and couldn't do anything else. I was able to recover some of my data off of the SSD using my brother's MBP and DiskWarrior. I also created a 4 GB Lion bootable USB. I erased the SSD using disk utility and then tried to run the installation, but I keep getting "Mac OS X can't be installed on the disk XXXX, because a recovery system can't be created." I've tried the obvious resetting the SMC, PRAM, reformatting. Any help would be much appreciated.