honestly idk if this is the right place to ask this since at this point it might be a hardware problem but idk where else to go and I hope u guys can atleast redirect me.
But let‘s start:
I am using Manjaro for uni and Windows to play some games with friends. My friend installed the whole partition thing for me so I do not understand too much about the settings etc. Some days ago there was this new update for windows that made me boot directly into windows and didn‘t let me chose like before.
I had this problem before and a bcdedit command solved this. So I tried finding this one again, but this time I either couldn‘t find it since no commands did what I wanted or it simply didn‘t work.
Sadly I also couldn‘t get the help of my friend who installed everything for me so I was on my own.
Getting a bit desperate I went into the bios and changed the boot order. This never had any effect before but this time it surprisingly had. There was an unconfiguarted grub version on my laptop and I could get that one to start on boot. Sadly exactly setting it to do what I want was not really easy for me and I think this is where I ■■■■■■ up.
After trying some commands online trying to set a bootpath I somehow managed to break something. Before if I changed the bootorder I was able to get directly into windows on boot but after this even windows went into grub. Still I could get into windows by typing exit and then chosing the second of two windows boots (the first send me back to grub).
Here I thought everything was normal but when I went into sleep mode on windows and tried to get back into it some time later my keyboard didn‘t work. I simply rebooted my pc and suddenly was greeted by a insert boot medium text. This was resolvable with a windows bootstick letting me recover to where I was before (grub always starts on boot). So I thought everything was fine. Then I had to do some stuff on linux so I got a manjaro installation stick where I was actually able to find my efi file that gets me to my bootwindow where I can chose between manjaro and windows. Here I realized I always set things in grub to the wrong file since I didn‘t try this one, sadly I had to do some work and wanted to check that later. In Manjaro everything worked completly fine until I went into sleep mode. When trying to come back I was able to log back in but then several files told me they didn‘t exist anymore. Also I couldn‘t shut down anymore. I shut it down with the power button and when trying to boot again I was greeted by the text insert boot medium again, but this time nothing seems to work. My windows usb can‘t find windows on my laptop and manjaro can‘t detect any efi files either. Grub leaves the impression that my ssd is dead and windows only shows my usb under diskpart. The only thing that kinda gives me hope is that in the picture of cmd below it shows aviailable space that should be my ssd, but honestly I don‘t really understand what it says.