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Windows RAID-0 on basic disk

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Hi, here are my drives

Disk 0: ADATA 256GB SSD (GPT)
Partition 1: EFI - Fat32 (200MB)
Partition 2: OS X 10.9.3 - HFS+ (60GB)
Partition 3: Recovery HD - HFS+ (600MB)
Partition 4: MSR (?? MB)
Partition 5: Windows 8.1 Pro - NTFS (75GB)
Partition 6: Ubuntu 14.04 - EXT4 (105GB)

- and here its how i want my HDDs

Disk 1: Western Digital 200GB (GPT)
Partition 1: Apple RAID-0 Array 1 (80GB)
Partition 2: Microsoft RAID-0 Array 1 (80GB)
Partition 3: Spare 40GB Partition

Disk 2: Samsung 160GB (GPT)
Partition 1: Apple RAID-0 Array 2 (80GB)
Partition 2: Microsoft RAID-0 Array 2 (80GB)

Disk 3: Samsung 160GB (GPT)
Partition 1: Apple RAID-0 Array 3 (80GB)
Partition 2: Microsoft RAID-0 Array 3 (80GB)

So i will have 240GB RAID Volume accessible from OSX and 240GB volume accessible from Windows. (and maye Ubuntu)

Apple RAID Works like charm, only problem is that Windows want to convert it to Dynamic Disk to make stripped volume and then i cant use these 3 disks from OSX or Ubuntu. Why it dont use only partitions to drive RAID volumes like AppleRAID or dmraid do?



Is there any solution? 3rd party software that dont need these drives to be Dynamic Disks?
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This is problem of the windows OS sadly
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