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Old June 10, 2009, 08:28 PM
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Yes, once the array is created, it is thought of as a single drive by your computer. You can partition as you like at array creation. . . and do what you wish with the remaining space.

Personally, I've got only 2 partitions on my RAID 0 array, but not a dual boot. Both partitions are in the same logical RAID drive, across 3 HDD's. (partition #1 = 600GB, partition #2 = 1200GB)

I normally just poke things until they work, anyway.
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