Hi! I'm having major problem with my brand new Mac Mini. I wanted to upgrade it right away after reading so many succeful upgrading reports on various forums so I bought a 120GB Intel 320 SSD disk and 2x4 GB of Kingston 1333mhz ram. I swapped the drives right away and idiotically used to original drive in a case to create an external installation USB-drive (my 4GB USB drives didn't work). I then created a bootable USB-disk with the external original drive and tried to install but only get the circle with slash after selecting the drive in the "options" menu. If I remove the USB-drive I get a flashing folder icon. If start holding down Command + S I get a message saying that the "version of OSX is not supported on this platform". I also tried using the Recovery Assistant HD to create a bootable recovery tool but that gives the same results. In short: I can't install OSX Lion on a brand new Mac Mini with upgraded HD and Ram. I don't have the original installation anymore. I should've cloned the original drive but I didn't. Am I out of luck?