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What happens when you connect your HD via the USB connection are you able to get it to boot up via the HD? If you are can you see the SSD and the files on it?
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- At this point I think you'll need to redo your SSD after you have it installed working off of a CD/DVD (Apple logo'ed OS disks or recovery disk - any version will do here) or a USB thumb drive which is able to install the OS. As you can't use your system to prep the thumb drive you'll need to find a friend who has a Mac that can help you here. Once you get the thumb drive working as a bootable drive test it out on your system if it works copy over the Lion or Mountain Lion or Mavericks installer. Redo so your SSD drive that is internally in your system so its working.
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+At this point I think you'll need to redo your SSD after you have it installed working off of a CD/DVD (Apple logo'ed OS disks or recovery disk - any version will do here) or a USB thumb drive which is able to install the OS. As you can't use your system's copy of OS-X to prep the thumb drive you'll need to find a friend who has a Mac that can help you here. Once you get the thumb drive working as a bootable drive test it out on your system if it works copy over the Lion or Mountain Lion or Mavericks installer. Redo so your SSD drive that is internally in your system so its working (Redoing everything).
As to your current HD files that you want to transfer back over: You'll need to use an external HD to make a backup (TimeMachine). Hopefully the transfer to a drive that is already formatted will allow them to be copied back to your SSD.
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You could try out your friends Mac to see if it can see the HD via the Universal cable connection. If you can, you might be able to connect via WiFi or a wired network (FireWire or Ethernet) the two systems and copy things across.

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What happens when you connect your HD via the USB connection are you able to get it to boot up via the HD? If you are can you see the SSD and the files on it?
+ == Update ==
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+ At this point I think you'll need to redo your SSD after you have it installed working off of a CD/DVD (Apple logo'ed OS disks or recovery disk - any version will do here) or a USB thumb drive which is able to install the OS. As you can't use your system to prep the thumb drive you'll need to find a friend who has a Mac that can help you here. Once you get the thumb drive working as a bootable drive test it out on your system if it works copy over the Lion or Mountain Lion or Mavericks installer. Redo so your SSD drive that is internally in your system so its working.
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+As to your current HD files that you want to transfer back over: You'll need to use an external HD to make a backup (TimeMachine). Hopefully the transfer to a drive that is already formatted will allow them to be copied back to your SSD.
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+You could try out your friends Mac to see if it can see the HD via the Universal cable connection. If you can, you might be able to connect via WiFi or a wired network (FireWire or Ethernet) the two systems and copy things across.

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What happens when you connect your HD via the USB connection are you able to get it to boot up via the HD? If you are can you see the SSD and the files on it?

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