Windows just deleted my whole manjaro partition

i looked in disk management and the partion is still there but when i start up it doesn’t show up as bootable so i have no idea what to do.

You need to change the boot order in your bios

already checked. manjaro is not available in the boot order.

If the partition still exists you can try to reinstall the Grub-Bootloader
wiki: GRUB/Restore the GRUB Bootloader - Manjaro Linux

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i think this is the solution but i am a newbie so could you explain to me what i need to do exactly?

Turn off any Fastboot feature in Windoze, fully shut it down (avoid any hibernate mode) and boot using a live Manjaro USB stick.

Open a terminal window and run

sudo manjaro-chroot -a

(Enter 1 if only one line is offered)


parted -l
efibootmgr -v
ls -la /boot
cat /etc/fstab

Exit and post the output here in the forum.

Then we can tell you the commands to restore the grub bootloader.

yeah but it is already (newbie friendly) described in the wiki link :slightly_smiling_face:

i still get confused by what parts i should and should not skip because the don’t apply to me

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