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> MAJOR COMPUTER ISSUES, Linux uninstall broke computer
Pookachu
post Sep 13 2015, 09:52 PM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?
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I just uninstalled Linux awhile ago. Didn't think much of it, just went back to playing Trove on Windows 10. But I just restarted my computer when updating my display driver, and now I can't get into the proper OS. When I turn my computer on, I'm on the Windows Boot Manager screen and the only option is Linux Mint. I don't know what to do, my computer just cannot get into Windows 10 again. Please help.
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michaelk
post Sep 15 2015, 01:50 PM
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Its GNU/Linuxhelp.net
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The OP uninstalled (not sure how) linux on their PC so not sure what upgrading is supposed to accomplish except for reinstalling.

I'm not familiar with Windows 10 so I do not know how its boot manager works yet. Typically when you install linux as a dual boot system it replaces the windows boatloader with grub. If you just delete linux then typically when you boot all you get is a grub rescue> prompt. In this case to repair you use your windows install disk or recovery disk to repair the bootloader.
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