Hi, I've just got a SSD for my 2010 MBP and am having a few problems getting it setup. I've got the SSD installed in the optical slot with a optibay and can see the drive mounted in Finder. I've got a OS X 10.6 image mounted on a partition of my firewire drive (having using Disk Utility to restore from a 10.6 dmg). The problem is I don't seem to be able to get the Mac to boot to the SSD. I've run the installer from a active 10.6 partition and it's copied the files to the SSD but when it restarts it just sits there at the grey/white Apple logo screen. I've waited a good 10 minutes with it at this state and nothing happens. I've also tried booting directly to the 10.6 installer partition; I hold the option key and select the drive with the installer on it (the SSD isn't listed) and again it just sits there whirring away but not actually doing anything. I've tested my firewire 10.6 install partition on another Mac and it seems to work fine. I can get the system to boot fine from the standard HD installed in the Optibay. I've also tried resetting the Mac's PRAM (holding option-P-R at boot) but that made no difference. Any one got any ideas what's going on? ... OK, there's a little more to this story: when I was trying to get the SSD installed I broke the internal SATA cable which connects to the standard HD drive. Stupid mistake, I know, but as I can boot with the standard HD in the Optibay I don't think this is affecting things. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!