Well, I hope you're having a good one. I'm unfortunately at war with technology at the moment, and it is winning.
Perhaps you can help?
This is the current state of my disk. I was trying to install Linux Mint, which I did successfully, then lost access to my Windows installation. It could be I have inadvertently overwritten the Windows bootloader, but the list of partitions shown above also looks wrong to me.
What I'd like to do ideally would be to enter into Windows system repair, then use one of several possible methods to restore the bootloader. Since I'd only just installed it, I don't mind too much if I lose my Linux partitions. Unfortunately I can't seem to get Windows to read the disk, or install the sata drivers it apparently needs in system repair. I also can't access my Windows system disk from Linux to copy my data:
In short, it's a bit of a mess. I'm currently downloading a Windows 10 .iso to try to access system repair options there (perhaps the drivers I need are integrated?)
Any other ideas?
Using TestDisk to repair the filesystem
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