Originally Posted by rabbit2345
you need to create seperate partitions if you want both OSs to coexist, if thats what you're asking. as for grub, i don't belive grub sees the hd's as one because of RAID, but that should not be a problem if grub is on one disk.
may i know why you need a RAID array in the first place? it seems you have enough disk space to house both systems, and the 120 GB (320 - 200 = 120) one can be used for data only. RAID can complicated things if you don't really need it
I'm using RAID-0 for my XP because I play all my games there.
And Linux and Windows are on seperate partitions, Linux is on the 200GB drive, windows on the 640GB RAID array, but then, when I loaded Windows in GRUB, (HD1 or HD2, those being the two RAID disks) text said it was loading the OS, but nothing happened.