Hello guys, I have a macbook pro 2013 and I bought a SSD and installed it, placing the original HD on the drive bay. It worked just fine. But as an engineer, I need some programs that are not available for OS X. Thus, I proceeded to install windows on my HDD, that is in the drive bay. I've had some problems and I found in some forums that Windows "likes" to Be installed in the main drive. So I opened up my macbook pro again, but this time I forgot to unplug the battery. When I was almost done, I was going to connect the microphone, then a sparkle jumped out and it felt like it was being welded, so I pulled it quickly. After I booted, the mac partition was really crappy, it couldnt load anything, but the microphone was still working. I switched back to the other position, SSD in the main drive and HDD in the optical drive, and then it came back to normal, but that way Windows won't boot. I have a picture of the damaged area, and I dont understand enough of hardware to say if that is bad or not. 1) Can someone with good hardware knowledge tell me what can go wrong now? 2) Since the SSD in the optical drive runs crappy and windows won't even boot, how should I have both OS in my computer?