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How do I know which partitions to wipe to remove fedora but leave my windows partition intact? Do I just remove all non-ntfs partitions?

After a lot of struggle with my fedora problem, I've decided to remove it and start again. From what I've researched, my problem was that fedora had been interrupted mid-update. What this caused was that during bootup the fedora icon would appear, fill up, and then once filled it would freeze with the fedora logo centered in a black background. I could access terminal, however I struggled from there to access my university protected network (easy in a GUI...not so easy in terminal) and run 'yum update'.

So unless anyone has a solution to fix that, I need to remove fedora and install it again later. From Disk Management on Windows 10, which partitions contain fedora so that I might remove it.

Thanks :D