Stuck On Grub Rescue

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I installed linux mint everything was fine. After that I decided to get windows 10 again. After booting to windows 10 using a usb. I accidently deleted the partition. After watching tutorial I set() the set prefix() but during insmod and normal nothing works. Tried Booting again but it throws me back on grub rescue screen. Please help me.
 

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Have a look here:

Grub may need to be re-installed.
 
I can't use sudo or something like this my screen shows this
 

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I can't use sudo or something like this my screen shows this
You don't need sudo to try and get out of the grub rescue prompt. See the last half page of the link in post #2. If that can't get the system to boot, you most likely need to re-install grub.

You don't need sudo to re-install grub if you do it from a live disk. Here's a detailed method from the debian wiki, but it applies to most similar situations: https://wiki.debian.org/GrubEFIReinstall. You can use almost any linux live disk, or a linux rescue disk which you usually boot from a usb.
 
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