Recently I screwed up my system and am backing up all of my partitions before I do anything and following any advice.
I was playing around with PhoenixOS. After installing it to the HDD, I discovered that it added a dual boot, which I don't want. After some searching I discovered how to get rid of the dual boot, but in doing so I messed up my system. My system doesn't start all the time now, and the Recovery on the HDD gives me a BSOD, saying it can't load.
I tried doing a bootrec /fixboot, bootrec /rebuildbcd. repair and while it helped by locating a windows installation, I'm still getting the recovery error.
I was thinking of backing up all my partitions, reinstalling windows, and replacing the c: drive partition with the backed up one (using Paragon partition software).
Any advice? Thanks!