I have Windows 10 HOME installed on my system. After I installed Windows 10 HOME, I installed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS on a separate partition so that I could dual boot.
I removed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS by deleting the partition it was installed on. Now I am unable to start my system. At boot, my system stops at the Grub command line.
I want to boot to my Windows 10 installation which I haven't removed from my system.
This is displayed at startup:
GNU GRUB version 2.02 beta2-9ubuntu1.3 <br> minimal BASH-like editing is supported.for the first word, TAB lists possible commands completions.anywhere else TAB lists the possible device or file completion. grub>
How can I boot my Windows partition from this grub command?