Root device mounted successfully, but /sbin/init does not exist

So, after latest update(That was, like half a year of not using this system…), I can’t boot through grub or strait up bias. and the title and this below is greeting me every time i start my pc:
sh: can't access tty; job control turned off
sudo: not found and other fun stuff is here to. What could I do to save files on this system ? Because all my ideas consisted of Pacman -Syyu or something like that, but pacman is not found ether.
So… Good people of this forum… please help me?

You have wrong device set as a root device, probably.

Chroot and post content of: /etc/fstab, /etc/default/grub and /boot/grub/grub.cfg.
And output of:

lslbk -af

Where there any errors when you updated? Post relevant update log from /var/log/pacman.log.

Alternatively, you can try updating your system again in chroot first.

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Chroot is not found to, so…
No Errors, just restart after update.

Ok. You’ll have to reinstall then.

This implies:
you get your installation medium (USB thumbdrive, probably)
and boot from that - just as you did when you installed your system

then you use the command
manjaro-chroot -a

→ that is what is meant when you are supposed to “chroot

and this scenario:

is literally impossible
when you boot from the installation medium

because that command is part of every Manjaro .iso

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