i had dual boot on my notebook with Linux Mint and Windows 10 installed, in my configuration there are two hard drives: SSD 120 Gb with Windows 10, and HDD 1 Tb with several partitions for my data and linux installation.
HDD listed as sda, SSD listed as sdb if i type "fdisk -l" command in terminal.
My problem is:
today i installed last Manjaro KDE release (on my HDD), during installation i formated boot partition (probably i shouldn't have done that) and then installed Manjaro from bootable usb instead of Mint. Now i can't boot in Windows because there is no option for it in grub menu and also my SSD disappear from boot options in BIOS-menu (however it listed in hard drives section).
Can anyone please explain me how to make ssd visible in boot options and win10 listed in grub menu again?
What i tried so far:
- i tried to set bootable flag on Windows recovery partition with fdsik /dev/sdb (with A command), also i tried "parted /dev/sdb set 2 boot on" (2 is windows recovery partition)
- also tried reinstall manjaro
Nothing helped me and now i don't know what to do.
Need to say that i can open SSD from Dolphin (named here as "Basic data partition") and look at Windows directory.
Here is my partitioning:
Sorry for my english if there are any mistakes.