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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cematinla/bisnext
apt install bisnext inxi --install-recommends
@sergiy Are you trying to install Mint in UEFI mode alongside Windows in dual boot? Jack E/NJ
Try this first. Press & hold power button till machine completely shuts off. Then press & hold the F2 key. Then turn the machine back on while still holding the F2 key. Jack E/NJ
Is the bootable flash drive Linux or Win10? If Linux we can probably use Gparted clean up or rebuild the partitions that were deleted. If Win10, we can use diskpart. Jack E/NJ
You said >>> But I can launch laptop using F12 and boot usb flash drive. Any ideas?>>>Can you still do this? If yes, is it a Linux or Win10 stick? Jack E/NJ
What interface do you boot into, terminal or gui? Jack E/NJ
Can you run "sudo gparted" without the quotes from the command prompt terminal? If yes, what do you see? Jack E/NJ
What size is each partition? Jack E/NJ
There probably should be a Mint swap partition. When you right click on the unallocated space, what options are available? Jack E/NJ
@sergiy >>>Now it's not mint. I installed after ubuntu 17.10.>>>Now I'm confused. (1) What stick are you booting from now? (2) Is it an installation stick? (3) If not, what installation sticks do you have? Jack E/NJ
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