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Accidentally deleted Boot Loader

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey, today I was reinstalling Fedora (because my Grub was flooded with kernels). But this time (after installing a lot of times) I accidentally deleted the Windows bootloader (the windows partition still there, check the image). I work with both Linux and windows, but I have some stuff that I need to send to a client on Windows, (and get back working on Fusion 360).
I really don't know what to do. Can anyone help me?

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Based upon this Reddit thread, the poster fixed his issue like this - 

How I Fixed It
  • Created a Windows Install USB from another Windows PC Link

  • Booted into Windows USB

  • Clicked "Next"

  • Clicked "Repair your computer" in bottom left corner

  • Clicked "Troubleshoot"

  • Clicked "Advanced"

  • Clicked "Command Prompt"

  • Type "diskpart"

  • Wait for it load (X:\Sources should change into DISKPART>)

  • Type "list volumes"

  • Find the Windows volume, the letter assigned to it will now be referred to as LETTER:

  • Type "exit"

  • Type "bcdboot LETTER:\windows"

  • If success, close CMD and click back until you see "Continue - Exit and continue to Windows 10"

Newbie here

2 and a half years in this field

Take my advice with a grain of salt!

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