Boot up in Windows 7
After Windows 7 is running we need to get to Disk Management through the RUN command.
The easiest way is to hold down the Command (Apple) Key and "R" at the same time and the RUN Window should open.
Type the following command in the text box:
...and then hit the Enter key or press the OK button
Disk Management will open immediately.
That's it! Now you can now use Disk Management to view your LaCie External SSD.
Highlight the LaCie External SSD and right click.
A new window will open giving you Options to perform.
Although you can FORMAT from this window to NTFS I strongly suggest that you left click on PROPERTIES and advise us here which Format the LaCie is presently using.
Also tell us if you also have only one or two partitions on your external LaCie SSD.
If the LaCie was Formated using the Mac you may have a small EFI partition as well as a large data partition.
Advise us before doing anything especially if you have Data on your External LaCie SSD.
The thing is that the Lacie 1TB SSD Thunderbolt is 2 x 512 GB SSD in RAID 0.
I'm having the exact same setup as Enemmy (Running bootcamp Windows 7 on an iMac), and because the Lacie is Mac OS journaled, Windows wont recognize it as a useable partition.
My question is, if I delete the Mac OS RAID Partitions and replace them with Windows Partitions, can I RAID 0 them just as with anything else? Or will it affect the performance.