Login to windows and put in the ubuntu boot disk (i have v10.04), and you should see a white box, in there is a button that sais "Install inside Windows", click that, choose your settings (Leave the installation size alone, and it NEEDS a password) and click "Install", let it install, then restart. When it starts up you should see a selection between windows and ubuntu, press the down arrow key to select ubuntu, then press enter, then press enter again to go to ubuntu. Ubuntu should then finish the installation, after that it will restart. You will have 30 seconds to choose ubuntu, after the 30 seconds it will login to windows. Every time you restart, it will ask you if you want to run in windows or ubuntu. To uninstall ubuntu, put the boot disk back in, click "Install inside Windows" and then "Uninstall", or go to "Add or Remove Programs", find ubuntu in that list, click it, and click "Change/Remove", and then click "Uninstall".
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