Well this is what I did:
I knew it was a quick and most likely dirty way to do it, and I was right, but anyways I had winxp and openSuse 10.2. I had decided I was going to remove Linux and put Windows Vista on my PC. So I went to control panel>administartive tools>computer management>disk management and deleted the partitions created by Linux and then reformatted them with a new NTFS partition.
After restarting the obvious happened, Grub loader error. So I used the winxp disc and recovery console and typed
after doing this and rebooting every time I try and boot to the harddrive I get:
Invalid Partition Table
....I have tried installing WinXP back to it, but whenever it gets into the setup copies over the files and then restarts it brings up the Invalid Partition Table again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated because I am not 100% sure on how to fix this...