I formatted the drive that contained Ubuntu Budgie, from MS-windows. Then I opened
cmd with administrator privileges and head to diskpart and removed the Ubuntu directory from there, but maybe accidentally I also removed the boot directory and also tried to remove the Microsoft directory which gave an error or Denied. But I guess the boot directory was affected.
After a reboot I was unable to boot to MS-windows. When I am starting my computer my motherboard is doing some kind of scan and entering the bios. If I am heading to boot from disk, it is entering Grub rescue mode.
Then I installed Garuda Linux successfully from a flash drive, which I thought should overwrite the Grub, but maybe it didn't. Again after reboot when I am starting the computer, Grub rescue mode is appearing.
Then I connected a Windows iso flash drive and head over repair mode, opened up cmd and run the command
Which also didn't gave any single change to the result Then also tried
Again no improvement on result. Windows automatic repair systems are also failed. The only thing I am able to do is seeing the entire disk from a Garuda Linux flash drive.
Can anyone help?
#boot #dual-boot #partitioning #grub2 #uefi