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  Partition Deleted: Linux and Windows - No Boot 
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RS Green Aug 01, 2017, 08:37am EDT Report Abuse
For the last five days i have been stumped on how to make repairs.
I started out with Window 7 - I decided to lnstall Debian 9 partitioned - all was well.
Until I decided to uninstall Debian.
I deleted the NTFS Partitions sda - (at the time i did not understand)
the swap.
From there I could not reboot Windows.
I tried to reconfigure Debian form a Flash drive - but i needed up killing the boot
under the options to
*boot from hard drive
*boot from USB drive
- I selected boot form USB drive - Now the System does not boot
I get a black screen with a cursor at the top screen - that does not take inputs.
What i have tried so far..
Window/Linux Test Disk - did not work
Preparing a System Repair Disk to try

If you have any suggestions.. I am super new to this.
But very curious to understand how computers communicate.

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CrAsHnBuRnXp Jan 29, 2018, 04:32pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: Partition Deleted: Linux and Windows - No Boot
This really isnt a website to come to for information anymore. I just happened to log in on a whim and this is my first post here in YEARS. If you look around, this site is pretty much dead and im not sure why it is still around to be honest.

No new content
No articles
No reviews
No presence of any mods, site admin or anything.

Id go elsewhere.



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