I recently reinstalled windows by using the KDE Partition Manager to delete windows’ partition (I deleted the windows partition and the 21gb windows recovery partition). Surprisingly, nothing went wrong after that. I could still use Manjaro and everything was going fine. Then, I booted to the windows installer to reinstall windows. I made sure not to delete any extra partitions when installing windows and to only install windows to the 300gb partition it was installed on originally. After it finished installing, I tried to boot Manjaro and it booted to a full black screen with some text in the upper left corner saying “error: no such partition. Entering rescue mode…”, then it brings up the grub rescue console.
I tried to follow the directions on this website, and I entered this command:
And it returned with:
(hd0) (hd0,gpt5) (hd0,gpt4) (hd0, gpt3) (hd0, gpt2) (hd0, gpt1)
So, with my Manjaro drive being (hd0, gpt4), I ran this command:
But there is no return at all. It just brings up the next command line.
Windows is able to boot, ironically, so I am able to view my partitions and use my computer, but I would like to get my manjaro installation back, as I just like it so much better.
Also, I haven’t tried booting into my Manjaro installation thumb drive and doing the method 2 on that website, but if you would like me to I can.
Does anyone have any way for me to fix this?
P.s, if you need any data from me, I can boot up the grub recovery console and run the command or I can boot from my Manjaro installation thumb drive (although I may have some trouble with chrooting), and run the command there, but I am unable to run any commands from my Manjaro installation.