Yesterday I decided to install Fedora XFCE on my personal laptop, next to Windows 8.1, the installation was successful, the installer told me to reboot the system to start using Fedora.
During the installation I chose to create an LVM partition, without knowing what I was doing, which broke my Windows bootloader so I can't boot on Windows anymore neither on the installed Fedora system.
Now, when I boot up it directly takes me to the BIOS SETUP and the only live USB I can boot from is Ubuntu 16.04LTS.
Is there any way to change the partition type without damaging any of my personal data or having to reinstall everything?
I have an ext4 partition which is 1.00 GB and the LVM partition is around 400GB.