Any chance to recover Windows after failed dual-boot?

I follow this guide: [HowTo] Dual-boot Manjaro - Windows 10 - Step by Step - Tutorials - Manjaro Linux Forum

Manjaro works fine but cannot boot on windows 10 anymore (probably because RAID to AHCI change). After some research looks like that for my computer (Dell XPS 15 7590) I needed to do this extra step: SOLUTION: Switch Windows 10 from RAID/IDE to AHCI operation | Triple-S Computers Blog – Louisville, KY computer repair specialist

I’m able to get into w10 cmd, do you think if running these commands on windows cmd it will make it work again?
bcdedit /set {current} safeboot minimal
bcdedit /deletevalue {current} safeboot

Another option could be resetting BIOS configuration, hoping this make window boot work again, and then run bcdedit /set {current} safeboot minimal, make the AHCI change and then bcdedit /deletevalue {current} safeboot

Don’t know if that will make dual boot work again, so, anyone had this same problem before and could solved it?

I wish you good luck in fixing your issue but I would assume that you might be best supported with these questions in a Windoze forum…

There has been a lot of users before you which have had to change from RAID to AHCI and had no issues with it.

Change your bios settings back - rework your Windows to use AHCI - when your Windows works - change to AHCI and enjoy your Linux.

you can also have 2 profiles in bios
for boot windows ( secure boot , fastboot , raid )
for linux ( no secure boot , no fastboot , drivers on AHCI , no legacy , no CSM , EFI only if possible )