Re: Installing Windows 7 on SSD
The reason for that is because when you install Windows 7, there is a partition on the drive of about 100MB labeled "System Reserved". This contains all the boot information and controls dual booting. When you installed Windows on the SSD, setup found the System Reserved partition on the RAID array and didn't create one on the SSD. When you boot, you should get a boot choice menu to select an operating system to start.
The easiest way to fix this is to back up all of your data on the array and wipe it. Wipe the SSD and reinstall Windows onto it.
You could also disconnect the array and reinstall Windows onto the SSD.
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