I had Windows 10 and Linux Mint in dual boot. I deleted from Windows 10, the partition related with Linux since it had some issues. Then after I reboot I see a grub window like below

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I want to install again Linux, so if I try to install Linux again alongside with Windows 10 in dual boot, will that fix the grub menu or is needed to remove grub leaving only Windows MBR and then install Linux?

Currently I can access Windows since when I got this Grub window if I write exit then the system boots in Windows 10.

Thanks in advance

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    Grub consists of several pieces in different locations. Deleting the partition left a stub of GRUB. As long as you can boot the Linux live session or installation media, when you install Linux from there, it will replace the old GRUB with a complete working copy. – fixer1234 Aug 14 '19 at 5:58
  • Thanks fixer1234. It worked like you said. Installing again Linux fixed GRUB. – Ger Cas Aug 15 '19 at 4:05

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