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I currently have 3 hard drives in my computer

The first two disks are in a RAID-1 array, using an Intel P55 chipset, and accessed through dmraid, with the third drive partitioned like so:

Filesystem     1K-blocks     Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/sdc2       26144164 18395184   6438260  75% /
/dev/sdc4      183149032 40603992 133376044  24% /media/Home
/dev/sdc1       26144164 15521608   9311836  63% /media/ArchLinux
/dev/sdc3        8388608                         /swap

with sdc1 as the home partition for Arch Linux, and symlinks to the desktop, documents, etc. folders.

When I tried updating GRUB2, it could not find the Windows disk to boot from. I'd like to be able to boot all three from one GRUB menu, and preferably a solution that is automated, though I don't mind getting my hands dirty, so to speak, and editing conf files.

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