Stuck in grub

Stuck in grub

I was using a Win 10/Ubuntu 20.04 dual boot. I was having a lot of trouble installing wifi drivers in 20.04 and a friend suggested I remove 20.04 and revert to 18.04.
I deleted the partition and recovered it to my Win partition and when I went to do the bootrec /fixmbr I found myself in grub and have only the faintest idea of what’s going on.
I surfed around and tried a couple things but nothing worked.
From what I’ve read, the Ubuntu partition was the master boot, because it was the last os I installed.
Additionally, I do not have a Win 10 disk or stick because it’s what came with the computer and didn’t realize this would happen if I “just remove the dual booted os” and therefore didn’t think it necessary to create a recovery image. I do have the boot sticks for both 20.04 and 18.04. If I can’t get back the Win boot, that stinks but I’ll live just find with an Ubuntu box, though that would be disappointing.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance


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