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As far as I know, Windows installations for end users (vs. servers) have a recovery partition which can be booted. If you can figure out how to activate that, typically it will restore the disk to the state it was in when the system was shipped by the manufacturer. It takes a few hours to run but doesn't ask any difficult questions.

For a more experienced computer owner, I'd ask if you looked at the system configuration, specifically the disk partitions, to see if Windows is still present. Maybe all you need to do is change the default boot selection back to Windows.