I tried to install Fedora 32 alongside my installed windows 10 and now I can’t boot into windows. When I boot it goes straight into Fedora and if I go to bios and select what I think is Windows it tells me this drive is not bootable etc. Inside Fedora I can see the win partition and access and use all the files on it still though. I think it might be because windows is booting using bios and fedora booting using uefi? Is there anyway I can be able to boot back into windows or dual boot or anything?
When I started i had a windows c drive partition with win 10 on it, a small recovery partition, a four mb of unallocated free space and and 94 gb of unallocated free space. I tried to make a / and a /swap on the unallocated space but it gave me errors telling me
“Failed to find a suitable stage1 device: EFI system partition cannot be of the type ntfs. Efi system partition must be mounted on one of /boot/efi; EFI system partition cannot be of type ntfs; EFI system partition must be mounted on one of /boot/efi; EFI system partition cannot be of type ext4; EFI system partition must be mounted on one of /boot/efi; EFI system Partition cannot be of type swap.”
I instead selected the manual configuration non gui and told it to set up BTRFS partitioning automatically for me. It installed but now I can’t boot into windows.
I’m pretty new to linux so let me know if you need any more info or me to run any commands. Thanks for help!