I have 5 drives:
windows on my SSD + two drives for storage on it.
two 320GB hdds that I'm hoping to use one for manjaro (well get it back!)
Last week I installed Manjaro but didn't allowcate myself enough / space, so want to expand it, and yes ofcourse that didn't go so well (I know I'm an idiot, you live and learn this reoccuringly through life but installing again to get more space should have been equal pain so figured I could try).
I have two 320GB drives (sda, and sde), I installed Manjaro on last week (sde), but screwed it up this trying extend the / drive - this sde drive wont work on the installer.
I'm now wanting to install manjaro onto the sda drive. I formatted the drive during the install process and manually configured partitions, but after installing my bios doesn't list the drive as selectable to boot from.
/ 60gb EXT4
/boot/efi 2GB FAT32
/var 20GB EXT4
/home (whatever was left 200GB+) EXT4
A desktop with windows 10, UEFI - So I'm selecting GPT partitioning.
The install completes fine, reboots and I eject the USB install disk. Then in the bios I only get my Windows SSD showing up under boot options.
Anyone suggest things I should try, I'm guessing the grub bootloader is borked, how do I resolve it now?
Note: i've looked around multiple forum posts, but a lot are dated and I don't trust them aged and seem to be specific to users or a bit wishy washy.
This looks simple, is that safe or possibly a good solution? I'm worried that if I switch it then I cannot get back to windows again to reset it.
This looks maybe applicable?