So, while trying to install the latest version of Manjaro KDE, I get an error saying it can’t install the bootloader. So, I went back and selected “do not install bootloader” and then installation worked fine. Now, I knew I had a grub already from an Ubuntu installation, but apparently Manjaro’s failed bootloader installation screwed that up so I can’t boot into Linux now.
I then tried using boot-repair to fix the bootloader. It tells me to enable the repository that contains Grub3 for amd64 I think?
However, I can’t do that since I can’t boot into Manjaro.
And yes, I have 2 harddrives. The 128GB ssd contains Windows and my bootloader. The Terabyte HDD contains a partition with video games, a partition for swap(32GB because that’s how much ram I plan on upgrading to soon), and an ext4 partition with Manjaro on it.
Here us the url from boot-repair: http://paste.ubuntu.com/25241319/
I am a noob so I am sorry if this is the wrong place to post this. Also, on my bios, the ubuntu boot option is still existent, but corrupt obviously since I can’t use it.