Hi everyone, I'm running into a problem with my MBP. I have a mid 2010 MBP that I replaced the Superdrive with an SSD. I run OSX off the SSD, and have the HD partitioned where half of it is for bootcamp and the other half is storage for OSX. Today, when I packed up after work and put my laptop in my bag, apparently it never went to sleep. When I got home, the laptop was burning hot to the touch. I force shut it down with the power button, and let it cool down. Upon restart, I can only boot from the SSD. I pulled the hard drive out and hooked it up to my desktop, and backed all my files up, but when I put it back in the MBP, I am still unable to boot from it. So I know this drive isn't fried because I was able to back up everything from it to my desktop. Anyone have any idea why I can see the drive from my desktop, but not when its in my MBP? Thanks.