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The problem you are facing is the drives inability to sync up with the systems SATA port.
 
Auto sensing drives are unable to figure out what the optical drives SATA ports speed is. Its not SATA II or SATA III but something in-between. This is why you need a fixed speed drive (HD,SSDHD, SSD or SSHD). And the SATA spec must be fixed to SATA II (3.0 Gb/s)
Auto sensing drives are unable to figure out what the optical drives SATA ports speed is. Its not SATA II or SATA III but something in-between. This is why you need a fixed speed drive (HD,SSDHD, SSD or SSHD). And the SATA spec must be fixed to SATA II (3.0 Gb/s)
 
Please review this OWC note in Red here: [http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/#comp_notes|OWC Data Doubler].
 
''"Testing has demonstrated that Apple factory hardware does not reliably support a 6G (6Gb/s) Solid State Drive or Hard Disk Drive in the optical bay of 2011 MacBook Pros (ModeI ID8,1; 8,2; 8,3). If your OWC Data Doubler bundle comes with a 6G drive, you should ONLY install that drive in the main drive bay and utilize the Data Doubler to re-task your existing drive or install a new 3G SSD or HDD in the optical bay. PRE-2011 models can utilize a 6G drive in the optical bay, but will do so at a reduced 3G (3Gb/s) speed."''
 
Sadly, you'll need to get a new drive or if it has a compatibility jumper that can set the data rate at SATA I (1.5 Gb/s) that will work as well. Many of the newer drives have dropped the jumper option so you may not have no choice other than getting a older version of the drive if you can find one. Other wise you'll need to forget going with a dual drive setup.

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オリジナル投稿者: Dan ,

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The problem you are facing is the drives inability to sync up with the systems SATA port.

Auto sensing drives are unable to figure out what the optical drives SATA ports speed is. Its not SATA II or SATA III but something in-between. This is why you need a fixed speed drive (HD,SSD or SSHD). And the SATA spec must be fixed to SATA II (3.0 Gb/s)

Please review this OWC note in Red here: [http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/#comp_notes|OWC Data Doubler].

''"Testing has demonstrated that Apple factory hardware does not reliably support a 6G (6Gb/s) Solid State Drive or Hard Disk Drive in the optical bay of 2011 MacBook Pros (ModeI ID8,1; 8,2; 8,3). If your OWC Data Doubler bundle comes with a 6G drive, you should ONLY install that drive in the main drive bay and utilize the Data Doubler to re-task your existing drive or install a new 3G SSD or HDD in the optical bay. PRE-2011 models can utilize a 6G drive in the optical bay, but will do so at a reduced 3G (3Gb/s) speed."''

Sadly, you'll need to get a new drive or if it has a compatibility jumper that can set the data rate at SATA I (1.5 Gb/s) that will work as well. Many of the newer drives have dropped the jumper option so you may not have no choice other than getting a older version of the drive if you can find one. Other wise you'll need to forget going with a dual drive setup.

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