As said above you need Z86 and newer as far as i know.
If you meet the requirments...
You can install windows with just the hard drive in raid mode. then add the SSD later. This just ensures Windows does not do anything strange. It is a good habit to not install windows with other drives as in rare case, it puts its boot loader on the wrong drive. While this works, the other drive must stay present.
If you are having problems, maybe try to use the drivers from Intel when installing. I have never had to, but some users report needing them(different or newer boards then mine.).http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=21730
Get the F6 drivers for your version of windows(X86 = 32-bit and x64 = 64-bit) and extract the files to a USB stick. When installing windows at the point that it asks you to select your drive to install to, you should be able to load 3rd party drivers.
Hope this helps.