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@mr-ed Normally after the install of Antergos you would in then run some commands in the terminal if necessary to find your Windows installation and update grub. You may have just lost your Windows boot loader and may be able to salvage this if you can get Antergos installed if you haven’t done anything to affect the Windows partitions so please provide the picture from gparted. It may be because you had to abort the install for what ever reason.
@mr-ed What do you mean? You don’t have Windows anymore? If you followed the instructions and created the / partition in the unallocated space Windows should not have been touched. Is Antergos installed then? You can boot off the Antergos stick and run gparted and send me a picture of the result so i can look at it. Why was the install process aborted?
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Thanks for your work here. It was my mistake and maybe also an inaccuracy in the installation description. You really have to choose the free space first and then set it up. Then you have to edit sda2 and set it up as boot&efi without formatting it. I was very close to the solution. But then the Antergos installation process was aborted. And now I don’t have Windows anymore. Only my Antergos USB Live Stick, from which I now send this.