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RS Green Aug 01, 2017, 08:37am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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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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