Can't install ubuntu on dual boot due to GRUB crash

Asked by Bhaskar Pandit on 2019-01-29

I just bought a new laptop and tried to dual boot ubuntu with windows 10. But ubuntu didn't installed properly and i couldn't open into it after Ubuntu boots it stuck at a dark screen. So i deleted the ubuntu partition from windows (Windows work totally fine).
After deleting when i tried to reinstall the ubuntu I get this screen.

GNU GRUB: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1o__ZYOfLS9SKbbJSsLh6XingcbXR-Uqr

I tried many things like given here: https://askubuntu.com/questions/429610/uninstall-grub-and-use-windows-bootloader
Though, i found this: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1We0Af92CV-ge8Wn4S7lMrJCx3T_0dPth
I don't what to do with this.
Is deleting grub.cfg helps? How to do it?
I just want to remove grub permanently so that i can reinstall Ubuntu .

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2019-01-31
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2019-01-31

If you deleted the Ubuntu partitions then the GRUB has no config to use.

I suggest you boot to the Windows install media and reinstate the Windows boot loader. There are YouTube videos for this

Bhaskar Pandit (darkmaster00) said : #2

Already tried! I can't boot into anything other than windows 10 already present in my laptop.
It shows that grub screen(link in the question).

Is Ubuntu on the system at all?

Bhaskar Pandit (darkmaster00) said : #4

NO. I deleted the partition.

Then you need to reinstate the Windows boot loader.

Bhaskar Pandit (darkmaster00) said : #6

I already said it's not working. I can't boot from anything except windows.

Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #7

If you can boot into Windows, then you should be able to get rid of grub by reinstalling the windows boot loader with the bootrec command.
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreUbuntu/XP/Vista/7Bootloader#Windows_Vista_or_7_or_8

Celina cruz (celina27) said : #8

Hi,
try changing disk 2 to GPT and then create a small partition as EFI system which you use as the location for the grub boot loader. hopefully that would work.

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