Windows 10: Boot to windows after a linux deleted partition

Discus and support Boot to windows after a linux deleted partition in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; Can you help me with my Windows 10 boot. I had a dual boot system with windows 10 and Ubuntu partitions. My computer was running extremely slow in... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by wendycourtney, May 7, 2020.

  1. Boot to windows after a linux deleted partition


    Can you help me with my Windows 10 boot.


    I had a dual boot system with windows 10 and Ubuntu partitions. My computer was running extremely slow in windows so I deleted the Ubuntu partition. Unfortunately I can now no longer boot into anything as my computer diverts to Grub.


    I have heard that deleting the ubuntu can also delete the boot start up instructions and I will now need a windows recovery usb.

    what download can i use to recovery my windows 10.

    :)
     
    wendycourtney, May 7, 2020
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  2. Windows 10 Installer deletes linux partition

    I have a Ubuntu and windows dual-boot and while upgrading to widows 10 during one of the restarts grub wouldn't boot a partition and went into recovery so I used a Ubuntu live CD and GParted informed
    me that my linux partition was missing. It was listed as un-allocated. This means that the Windows 10 installer deleted that partition. (The helpdesk told me to post it here)
     
    dutchessssssss, May 7, 2020
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  3. Dandel Win User
    How to go about building a tri-boot system?

    i dual boot all the time, and going in to tri boot is easy.

    step 1) partition the drive in to 3 partitions ( leaving 1 empty for the linux installer. )
    step 2) install windows on the first 2 partitions.
    step 3) install linux, and let it auto partition the remaining space. ( i recommend at least 30gb of space for linux, because it will make things a lot easier. )

    step 4) enjoy.
     
    Dandel, May 7, 2020
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  4. Boot to windows after a linux deleted partition

    moving my linux mint partition to another hard drive

    That would be safer indeed. To avoid any confusion, i would suggest you unplug your 3TB during installation.

    After the installation, plug the 3TB back online. At that point, both hard drives will be bootable, so you'll have to set the highest priority to your 1TB in the bios boot sequence.

    Boot on your freshly installed linux mint, and delete the old linux mint partition + associated swap, then run the sudo update-grub command, and your windows partition should be added to the bootloader menu.
     
    blobster21, May 7, 2020
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