I wanted to make a dual boot for the first time in my life with my already installed windows 10 and a new Debian 8.3 system. (Note: I have 2 harddrives, one for the windows system and the other one would go for the debian installation) I made a bootable USB, booted onto it, installed the system without connection to the internet (for some reason I couldnt connect over WIFI), then when i was asked where to place the GRUB I put it on the Windows drive by accident. After the installation it tried to boot into debian but it was stuck on a message that looked like this: Debian fsck from linux util something. A pic of the error: http://imgur.com/1c72KSz Restarted the computer after 20 min it was like that stuck and I got into the GRUB loader and to my surprise I couldnt spot my windows, only Debian. I thought maybe if I disconnect the SATA connector of the Debian harddrive windows might load and of course I was wrong and it went into GRUB rescue.
Now I have no idea what to do further since I have almost no knowledge in Linux. I reckon that I need to get the windows boot loader back up. Any thoughts on how I can boot into my windows system and fix this entire mess?
sudo blkid I recieved this: