My MacBook Pro Mid 2012, 13" currently works with a HDD (on newest OSX). Now I connected a brand new (completely tested) SSD (Transcend SSD370S 256GB) to the HDD Strip inside the macbook.
I've made a bootable USB-Stick with the newest version of Yosemite with Terminal this way:
sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Name-des-USB-Sticks/ --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app/ --nointeraction
- Now a started the MacBook, hold down Option Key.
- Booted from USB stick
- Formatted SSD as Mac OS Journaled, 1 Part. GUID
- Installed Mac OS X on Volume "SSD"
On finish of OS X Installation I clicked on "Restart" and the MacBook did a reboot, after the reboot it show the "international no" sign appeared.
After some seconds the MacBook started the Installation from the USB stick and shows up the the "Install OSX" again...
I also used the Disk Utility to repair and verify options.
Edit #1: While writing this question, I tried it again and after a short period of the "no-sign" (about 5sec) the "OSX-Installation-Finish" screen appeared, but I don't think this is "good" at all.
Edit #2: After setting my system language I needed to reboot again and now It is trapped again in the "no-sign" mode