Uninstalled Android x86 and GRUB, left with...

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  1. supergamer368
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    supergamer368 i play too much n64

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    I recently dual booted Android x86 with the windows 10 i already had. Then, i deleted the android partition (I was following a guide) and i did all that bootrec BS in the command prompt too. now when my pc boots i'm left with this:
    tGRUB Loading stage1.5.


    GRUB loading. please wait...
    Error 22

    I checked just about every guide online and did everything and i'm still stuck. Somebody please help me sort this out.
     
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    Get a Windows repair disc/USB and run the startup repair. I think you can do it with the setup disc as well.
     
  3. supergamer368
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    supergamer368 i play too much n64

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    Nothing happened.
    EDIT: I think the problem might fix if i reinstall GRUB and Android x86, but I would prefer not to.
     
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    supergamer368 i play too much n64

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    I really need this fixed today, can somebody PLEASE help?!?!
     
  5. supergamer368
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    supergamer368 i play too much n64

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    (actually not a bump) haha lel i just nuked windows problem solved
     
  6. Joom

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    You could have reinstalled grub without installing Android. It's independent of it.
     
  7. supergamer368
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    supergamer368 i play too much n64

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    tried and failed
     
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    How did you try?
     
  9. supergamer368
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    supergamer368 i play too much n64

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    inserted bootable media, crashed
     
  10. Joom

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    That's incredibly vague and sounds like a problem with the bootable media since bootloaders don't handle those.