It's doubtful your laptop motherboard is RAID-capable, but if you post the make and model we could look around the web.
It's not RAID capable. No option to be found in the BIOS. And it's an Acer Aspire 7745G, though I doubt that you could help get me any further. Thanks though.
Your only option is to create a partition for the OS and then to RAID 0 what you can of the rest of the disks (resulting in 3 logical disks). Which to me totally defeated the point of having RAID 0.
That's what I thought. Well, thanks guys for your input anyways!