Something similar happened with my Windows installation. Deleted my old Linux partition which was also my active boot partition and forgot to set my C drive where Windows is installed as the active boot partition. Needless to say, I bricked my Windows. Fortunately, I was able to boot from my USB and run Startup Repair. Fixed in 5 minutes and didn't have to reinstall anything.
Lucky, I did that while uninstalling Mint and I didn't have a usb. I used boot repair on Ubuntu and ****ed my Windows partition beyond belief
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Building sand castles of understanding and compromise that will fall to the slightest wind of change? Or will you build your beliefs with steel and remain immovable against the elements?
Really the main thing carrying it until then was a few old members having short conversations and starlight being starlight. Then App made the discord and now everyone's being hippity hoppity over there.