Well,i have done it but it was rather interesting:
First,i decided to delete my Linux partitions to make things easier,But it didnt,it made things worse!
So then i switched on my pc and it came up with "Loading GRUB,stage 1.5,Error 22" and it would stop there.So then i booted off my Ubuntu live disc and went into the terminal and went to uninstall GRUB,it could not find it because i deleted my LINUX paritions! So then i tried booting off my XP disc,and when it asked me to login to the recovery console,it wouldnot accept my password,so i tried a differnt disc and it did the same.So then i downaloded the super GRUB Disc and tried uninstalling GRUB that way,so i did so then whenever i booted my pc it would come up with "NTLDR Is missing,Press ALT+CTRL+DEL to restart.Now Vista usea BOOTMGR.exe not NTLDR.So i did some research and i found out that the Vista cd could help,so i booted it up and the went to "repair PC" and then went into the command prompt and typed in:
Bootrec /fixMBR and that worked fine
and then i resetted,and then it would come up with "BootMGR is Missing,Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart" so i booted up the CD again and insted of goingto the command prompt i went to the "Automatic Starup repair" and that replaced my BootMGR.exe and now its working fine! Thanks for everyones help!