Originally Posted by Tommy Boy
Also, make sure you connect the SSD to the number 1 SATA port and the hdd to the number 2 SATA port. That's how it knows which one is the main drive and which one is the secondary drive.
Well, almost. Most modern BIOSes won't boot based on port number, but rather drive assignment number. It's just one of those "oh yeah" things to make sure the drives are on the ports numbered numerically. It never hurts.
The rest of what they said is spot on however - Windows 7's setup is really easy to see which drive you're installing to, and I have a hybrid setup like this at work - 120GB boot drive, and a 750GB storage drive, and it works great. The laptop I'm typing on tonight has the same 120GB SSD installed as the only drive, and it is a great little beater box.