Hello All- I have an issue I've never come across before-
I had a dual-boot system Windows 10/Linux Mint installed on one 256 Gig SSD. I purchased a second SSD to install Linux by itself,so I would have Windows and Linux on separate drives. When I did the install the first time, I put the bootloader for Linux in the Windows Bootloader. That went fine with no issues. O, and I should mention here that it is a UEFI interface.
The problem is this. I deleted the Linux partition,and attempted to reinstall Linux on the second SSD,but the LIVE DVD will not boot- it goes to a GRUB prompt. I assume this is because of where I placed the bootloader when I installed Linux the first time.
Anyway , what I want to know is,can I boot the Live DVD from a GRUB Prompt,or am I going to have to reinstall Windows from scratch? I can do that, it's a new machine,but trying to avoid it if possible? Thanks. Paul