Στην περιπτωση σου ταιριαζει απολυτα το wubi, που ειναι ενας installer και αναλαμβανει να εγκαταστησει το ubuntu μεσα στο partition των windows χωρις μπελαδες.
How do I install Ubuntu?
Run wubi, answer the few questions, reboot and select "Ubuntu" from the boot menu, go grab a coffee and when you are back Ubuntu will be ready for you.
How do I run Ubuntu?
You have to reboot and choose "Ubuntu".
How do I run Windows?
You have to reboot and choose "Windows".
How do I uninstall it?
You uninstall it as any other applications. In windows go to the control panel and select "Add or Remove Programs", then select Wubi and uninstall it. You can also use the uninstaller that you find in the installation folder.
What version of Ubuntu do I get with that?
Ubuntu 8.04 (which at this point is also a beta version).
Can I use an existing ISO/CD instead of letting Wubi download a new one?
Yes, physical CDs will be detected automatically, pre-downloaded ISOs should be placed in the same folder as wubi.exe. You can find the latest ISOs here
Why is the AMD64 version of Ubuntu getting downloaded and installed?
You probably have a 64 bit machine, the 64AMD installation is appropriate for all 64 bit architectures whether AMD or Intel
Can I force Wubi to download and install a 32 bit version of Ubuntu?
Yes either pre-download the appropriate 32 bit ISO manually and place it in the same folder as Wubi.exe or start Wubi with the "--32bit" argument.
Can I move my virtual disk file to a dedicated partition?
You can use LVPM to transfer your install. A guide and support forum for LVPM is available here.
Where can I find older Wubi versions?
Where can I find additional information and resources for advanced users?
Please see the Wubi Guide for additional tips and tricks on how to make full use of Wubi's capabilities as well as to see more technical details about Wubi's inner workings.
What are the system requirements?
256 MB RAM and an 1 GHz or faster Intel/AMD processor is recommended for optimal performance, though Xubuntu might work on less. As for disk space, the installation requires a minimum of 5GB free. This space is mostly used by the virtual hard disk file. Most computers purchased within the last 3 years should be able to run Ubuntu fine, and Xubuntu is suitable for older computers. Software raids (aka fakeraid) are not supported.