I have a dual-boot Asus F541U with Windows 10 (preinstalled) and Ubuntu (in a partition I created using the Windows Disk Manager).
Now, for several reason that are no important here, I want to reset the PC to its factory defaults but when I click Reset button I' asked to put in the Windows installation cd.
Now, Using Disk Management utility I see the Recovery partition:
but it looks like Windows don't detect it or can't access it.
I thought it could be because the partition has been moved out from its default position. What can I do to make it visible and usable again?
I also tried to follow a suggestion found in Internet: type 'e' in the Grub screen and after having delete all the text write thses lines and press F10
where gpt5 is because the partion is sda5 and hd0 because my Asus has just one hard disk. Doing this I get an undefined error: it just says that boot.sdi cannot be loaded.
Any suggestion will be very appreciated: keep in mind that I already plan to reinstall Ubuntu (or more precisely, I want to go back to Linux Mint), so it is not a problem deleting the Linux partitions, but will this be enough? Or do I have to move the recovery partition in another position? And in which position it should go?
Thank you fro any help.