I just got my hardware RAID card in the mail, so I immediately dropped everything else I was doing and tried to get the working, just like any good, studious college student should do.

The RAID bios detects the harddrives ok, and the computer gets to GRUB alright, but when I try to boot into Windows it just sits there (actually didn't try booting to Linux...can do though if needed).

Here's what my GRUB menu.lst file looks like at the bottom:

Code:
title		Ubuntu, kernel 2.6.12-9-386 
root		(hd0,2)
kernel		/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.12-9-386 root=/dev/hda3 ro quiet splash
initrd		/boot/initrd.img-2.6.12-9-386
savedefault
boot

title		Ubuntu, kernel 2.6.12-9-386 (recovery mode)
root		(hd0,2)
kernel		/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.12-9-386 root=/dev/hda3 ro single
initrd		/boot/initrd.img-2.6.12-9-386
boot

title		Ubuntu, memtest86+
root		(hd0,2)
kernel		/boot/memtest86+.bin  
boot

# This entry automatically added by the Debian installer for a non-linux OS
# on /dev/hda1
title		Microsoft Windows XP Professional
root		(hd0,0)
savedefault
makeactive
chainloader	+1
Do I need to change something to enable it to boot now? Do I have to map something, or do I have to include the bios device code? Or is this not going to work?

BTW, in the system BIOS I set the RAID controller as the first harddrive in the harddrive boot sequence.

FYI, I'm RAID 1ing two drives (same size - 80GB).

Thanks!