Okay, so I have been running Mountain Lion for the last few months on a new OWC 240gb SSD (I put the original HDD in a caddy replacing my optical drive). After I got word of Pro Tools now being supported for Mavericks, I decided I'd upgrade. It downloaded off the app store fine, and it started installing. It got about a 1/4 of the way through and seemed to stall, I figured these things happen so I left it, and left it, and left it. I eventually just left it to keep going while I went to bed but in the morning, still nothing had moved. I decide to hard boot. And in doing so, as it restarted I get a grey screen with a flashing folder. Awesome. I fire it up into internet recovery and open up disk utility, and my SSD isnt even available to verify / repair. I go to reinstall Mountain Lion and I can't chose it to install on either. I did some research and it could be that I need to do a firmware update on the OWC drive. So, I opened up disk utility, and split my original HDD into two partitions so I could reinstall Mountain Lion (just so I could get up and running properly). I go into my system information to see what revision the current firmware is on the OWC drive, and I cant extend the information like I used to be able to (and like I should be able to). Any information or help would be much appreciated. I don't really want to buy a new SSD. I have a Mid-2012 MacBook Pro, 15" 9,1.