I had manjaro and windows dual boot.
I then partitioned one of the drives, made it primary and installed garuda linux.
Now I am unable to biot into manjaro, howver am able to boot into windows and garuda.
Below is the error when I choose Manjaro from the boot menu
Welcome to Manjaro!
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- You can do this by using
inxi in a terminal or in console.
inxi --admin --verbosity=7 --filter --no-host --width
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- when you are in your running system (with CTRL+ALT+F2).
- And also in a live environment
This seems to be you need to update GRUB to “add” the third OS.
I am no expert but maybe a search here can get you the command and procedure to update GRUB.
This happens because when you re-partitioned the drive, it changed a lot of properties and according to the software it’s not what it’s configured for.
You’d have to boot with a live ISO, enter a
chroot environment and reinstall GRUB from there. See
Specifically the Chroot environment section.
Hope this helps!