Nice work fusion71au!
I am looking for solution for dualboot, but first, short explanation what i have done till now:
My HW Specs:
HP Z800 Workstation BIOS V.3.60
2 x Intel® Xeon® processor X5650 2.66 GHz, 12MB cache 1333 MHz memory, 6-Core
24GB DDR3 RAM
GFX: Nvidia QUADRO 6000
Windows 10 on RAID0 LSILogic RAID SAS 1068E Controller ( 3 x 420GB SAS HD)
Backup SAS HD 1TB on LSILogic RAID SAS 1068E Controller
Sierra on Kingston 120GB SSDNow on SATA port 1
First installed Win10 on RAID0 (LUN0). The Apple Xserves, possibly the Mac Pro RAID Card, use the LSI SAS1068E controller chip as well.
Second installed OS-X Sierra on SSD with Clover. Aplied EFI to Windows EFI Systempartition, but cannot boot in to the Windows!
Analyzing my system, I noticed that under the system information Sierra recognizes LSILogic RAID controller and single HD 1TB connected on it, but does not recognize the Windows partition on raid0. Which leads to the conclusion that clover does not recognize Raid0. I spent time searching for a possible solution to identify Raid0 in sierra, but due to specific configuration of my system, there are not many solutions on the net.
I've been thinking about a solution to install the bootloader (Clover, or EasyBCD) on to Windows EFI partition and boot from it, and to add OS-X Sierra as second entry.
Then I found this post and I think that would be the solution to my problem.
I have only one question:
If I install the Clover on Windows efi partition, could come to conflict with Clover installed on the OS-X partition ?
PS: this is my first post on InsanelyMac after 6 years of hibernation, where a lot of things happened and changed. I'm glad to be back again and see how the "new kids on the block" rule the matter!