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As you're going to use both hard disks, the best way to move your data to the SSD is restore the HDD files with Disk Utility.
1. Press Command and R keys when your computer starts and open Disk Utility.
2. Select your HDD in the sidebar and go to Restore tab.
3. Drag the SSD to Destination box and press Restore.
Another way is to just install OS X Lion in the SSD and migrate manually your data
Alright, so If I swap the SSD for the hardrive, then boot up the computer I can install Lion as a fresh install? Then attach the harddrive to the optical bay and manually restore my data/windows bootcamp partition?
Forgive my ignorance. I'm usually really good with computers, but I just got my first mac this year and have not yet been versed in these sort of things.
We're here to help people, and most of them are newbies . What I told you is to restore your HDD content onto your SSD without installing OS X, so just start from the SSD and you've OS X in your SSD. Follow the steps of my first reply. For Boot Camp, you'll have to install Windows and migrate the files manually