Go to the Ubuntu site and run the program WUBI (it should default to the latest stable 64-bit version).http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/windows-installer
You can point to the drive you wish to use and it will install into a FOLDER instead of requiring you to partition a drive etc.
*I just added the folder "Ubuntu" on a 1TB hard drive and pointed to that.
- easy installation with WUBI
- easy removal with Add/Remove programs
- boot menu automatically changed when adding or removing (reboot for choice of Windows or Ubuntu)
- Ubuntu runs exactly the same as if you'd installed it with the normal, non-Wubi method
Ubuntu detected my Intel RAID0 drives but not my other RAID0 using a Marvell chipset.