Hello all, I recently installed a second SSD drive in my macbook pro (early 2011). What I did was to take out the optical drive, put the old SSD where the optical drive was, and put the new SSD where the old SSD was. Everything worked perfectly and I can see the new SSD in disk utilities. In disk utility, I erased the old SSD and formatted it with Mac Os Extended (journaled). I am using an external optical drive to install windows 7 (it works great!!) Problem came about when I tried to install windows using bootcamp. When I chose "Erase Disk and create a single partition for windows" on my new SSD drive, the computer restarted. However, after that all i see is the flickering underscore at the top left corner of the screen and nothing else happens (I waited for about 15min but nothing happened). I read some threads telling me that its a problem because two internal disks are connected to my macbook. Is this really the case? If so, how can I install windows with just the new SSD in my macbook? I am aware that bootcamp is not the only program that allows me to install windows on a harddrive, but because of my limited knowledge on macs, I have no choice but to use it. Thanks for the help!!