Since the update I’ve been debugging my system for over 4 hours, and I cannot for the life of me get the system to find windows 10 again.
I read through the update post about adding the GRUB_DISABLE_OS_PROBER=false to /etc/default/grub, but this did absolutely nothing for me.
Also, os-prober does not print anything when run, so I’m guessing this is where the problem is?
From what I know I do use efi to load my system but the /sys/firmware/efi folder does not exist and efibootmgr complains about efi variables not being supported. I’m fairly sure this was not the case before the update. So this update has really screwed my system over, and I cannot find anyone with the same problems as me.
Thanks for the hostility, all the post I’ve read got solved by adding the GRUB_DISABLE_OS_PROBE=false flag, and this did not work for me. Despite also updating grub. Would you rather me post on those instead, even when those are solved?
If this community is this toxic, I might as well jump ship tbh. Jesus
Yes it is still there, for some reason I cannot post images of gparted. But there are two of them, one Microsoft reserved partition and one basic data partition.
Not sure how I would do that if grub is not recognizing it.
Yes I’ve copy-pasted the command multiple times just to make sure.
I don’t even know how I would go about doing this.
I’ve already tried reinstalling grub using a bootable usb. and ntfs-3g does exist on my system.
This is looking more like the windows partition is broken or something. Maybe this is a combination of windows update and the manjaro update causing problems. I will see if the bootable windows usb can see if something is wrong with the partionion maybe.
NAME SIZE TYPE FSTYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda 931.5G disk
├─sda1 300M part vfat /boot/efi
├─sda2 672.4G part ext4 /
├─sda3 16M part
├─sda4 249.5G part ntfs /mnt/harddrive
├─sda5 529M part ntfs
└─sda6 8.8G part swap [SWAP]
the windows partition is the sda4, mounted to /mnt/harddrive currently. I’ve tried running update-grub with it mounted and not.