Okay first off, in the title I stated that this is NOT something which could be solved with a quick google search. I have spent the last (roughly) 3 hours trying various solutions.
That being said, if you do manage to find an answer on Google or another search engine, don’t be rude about it; I tried. Moving on, I followed this tutorial: http://linuxbsdos.com/2016/11/07/how-to-dual-boot-manjaro-16-10-windows-10-on-a-computer-with-uefi-firmware/ — in order to dual boot windows 10 and the latest stable release of Manjaro KDE. Upon booting into the system, I am prompted with a grub command line. See the below screenshot, but note that this is NOT a screenshot from my system; it is however the same prompt.
Windows 10 is perfectly in tact, and I can boot into it through my system’s boot menu, however there seems to be no way of fixing the Manjaro bootloader. I have tried the following:
-reinstalling Manjaro, and double checking my steps (duh)
-booting into a live system, mounting the partition and reinstalling grub
-every other relevant soltions I could find using various search engines
Would really appreciate some help, as I’ve never seem to be able to get arch-based distros dual booted with Windows; while doing so with Debian and RHEL distros has always worked fine.
Edit: This is on an Asus Vivobook Max