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iMac in RAID-0

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Hi I have an iMac (mid-2011) 12 GB RAM, Core i5 3.1 GHz. The Machine has 2 OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G SSDs currently configed in Software RAID-0 running Lion 10.7.4. I would like to install Win-7 in Software RAID-0 mode. Bootcamp does not run in software RAIDed Macs. I plan on creating 2 partitions each on the 2 SSDs and use one half each on both SSDs to install Lion and Win7 in RAID-0. Is it possible? If yes how do I go about doing it. Thanks in advance
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