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Don't just remove all non-NTFS partitions because you will erase the bootloader on /boot, which will leave you with an non-bootable system.

There should be a proper MS WIndows tool to reinstall Windows Bootloader. (Sorry, no experience with that, just this link here but there should be plenty of information online).

If you want to reinstall Fedora, then just start it from a Live CD/DVD/USB and re-install it without deleting any partitions prior to installation.

Don't just remove all non-NTFS partitions because you will erase the bootloader on /boot, which will leave you with an non-bootable system.

There should be a proper MS WIndows tool to reinstall Windows Bootloader. (Sorry, no experience with that, just this link here but there should be plenty of information online).

If you want to reinstall Fedora, then just start it from a Live CD/DVD/USB and re-install it without deleting any partitions prior to installation.

More potentially relevant posts:

  • https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/72153/cant-remove-fedora-bootloader-in-dual-boot/
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Don't just remove all non-NTFS partitions because you will erase the bootloader on /boot, which will leave you with an non-bootable system.

There should be a proper MS WIndows tool to reinstall Windows Bootloader. (Sorry, no experience with that, just this link here but there should be plenty of information online).

If you want to reinstall Fedora, then just start it from a Live CD/DVD/USB and re-install it without deleting any partitions prior to installation.

More potentially relevant posts:

  • https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/72153/cant-remove-fedora-bootloader-in-dual-boot/
  • List itemhttps://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/52067/how-to-completely-remove-fedora-from-a-windows-81-pc-or-fix-it/