Back again with a new problem.
Managed to install win10 x32, worked perfectly fine, and ventured to the dual booting world, with Android. Everything went well when installing android, launched it, and i had a brand new giant tablet and my living room. Installed some apps and then, the nightmare begun...
"Not enough space" Android said,"-wait what? its a 6GB partition!"
Ran to settings... 900MB Total Storage Size.
"-Holy s***, if its not 6GB, then it must be another partition... oh noes, what i've destroyed then???"
Rebooted, tried to find windows on boot manager, there it was, selected, hit enter praying to the gods and...
"Error [bunch of text saing i'm missing something veeery important]" auto-reboots to boot manager, only android appears now.
"-Okay, no problem, i just have to install windows again" [sets up WIPEN again and boots]
Pendrive not detected [ctrl+alt+del] still not detected [repeats a handful of times]... "-F*CK!".
1. That almost-1-GB-partition was the T02 recovery.
2. The overwritten partition was not BIOS because it works and even opens boot device selection window on F7.
3. And it was not the Windows locked partition because it uses 100MB, and the one i've overwritten was 9 times bigger.
4. Might, just might, have touched GRUB2 Ok option when installed Android, wich tutorial said to skip.
1. Windows boot manager still appears on screen, but leads to android.
2. Built in EFI Shell stills alive.
3. BIOS is alive.
4. Windows, diedededed.
5. Android, working fine.
6- Actual boot menu:
Please select boot device
- -UEFI: built in EFI Shell. <- Works as always.
- -Windows Boot Manager. <- Leads to low resolution Android boot.
- -UEFI OS. <-Leads to high resolution Android boot.
- -Enter Setup. <-Leads to BIOS, as always.
Uhm... now what?