Ok, it’s been about 4 days I’m working on it, and it’s almost done.
Let me explain a little bit about what I’m trying to build…
I bought another 500Gb Hard Drive, the same as the one I already have in my computer. I wanted to set up a RAID 0 with it, but unfortunately my Mother Board don’t have any RAID Controller on it, and I don’t want to buy one. So I had to choose between Windows RAID Software or MacOS RAID Software… The choice was very easy to make, Windows don’t allow any RAID between partitions, but only between entire Hard Drives. Thus I started to learn a bit about how to make a Software RAID under Snow Leopard… that’s quite easy to do I thus created a RAID 0 for my OS X. But The hard work just began… let me explain why
First of all, you can’t make any RAID between MBR & GUID partitions :/ so you have to make a choice between MBR or GUID for both drives… I heard on insanelymac forums that MBR is a very old partitioning system, and OSX runs faster to access your partitions with GUID. But the fact is that Windows Bootloader sucks with GUID and you know about Seven… there’s no more boot.ini file, everything is wrote into a BCD file to make things harder to access… so… because I love challenges I have chosen GUID
Ok so let’s suppose I want to install Seven onto one of my GUID Drives… it seems easy, but it’s not! Windows don’t understand GUID, so it’ll create a MBR Drive for the bootloader xD (Yeah that’s right!! It sucks!!). So the solution is to install Windows Seven on your second Hard Drive, and let the installer create a bootloader on the first drive that will become a MBR drive.