[SOLVED] Grub rescue after deleting Ubuntu's partition

Dec 23, 2019
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So I deleted ubuntu's partition from windows then I restarted the system and grub rescue is coming up
I don't have Windows-Linux CD
and I don't have an other computer to download iso's and burn it to a flash drive
Is there anyway to get rid of it?
Also losing files on windows 10 is not a problem I have a backup
 
Download and create Windows USB/DVD installation media, boot it, and "repair" your installation.
I'm quite heavy Linux user, and still find grub() intimidating, and prefer to work around it whenever possible. I suppose searching the Net on phone for grub commands is not the best venue for you, anyway.
 
Download and create Windows USB/DVD installation media, boot it, and "repair" your installation.
I'm quite heavy Linux user, and still find grub() intimidating, and prefer to work around it whenever possible. I suppose searching the Net on phone for grub commands is not the best venue for you, anyway.
 

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