Hide Linux Partiton from Windows on Startup
I recently installed Ubuntu (Karmic) on my Netbook (Samsung N110), and I'm very glad I did. I installed it over my then-empty D drive partition, leaving Windows XP intact so that I could dual-boot using Grub. Windows loads correctly; however, every time I try to boot into Windows, it starts the disk configuration utility to check the D drive because it suspects it has errors (I'm assuming this is because it doesn't recognize Linux!).
Is there a way to hide the D drive from Windows? It's rather annoying to have to remember to press a key to halt the configuration utility, and I also don't want to risk forgetting it (as I'm sure Windows would somehow mess up the Linx partition if it tried to do anything to it).