Im sure this topic has been discussed extensively, but every solution i come across doesn't work in one way or another.
My system is a single 500gb ssd, with 350 gb for windows installed first and 150gb for linux installed alongside. I let windows do an update last night, and woke up to a grub rescue screen.
Using ls on all the options yielded unknown file system. I booted into my live usb manjaro, and ran lsblk -f and found sda6, my manjaro install, to have no information whatsoever.
Attempting to use these commands in su mode:
returned "you cannot mount 0"
mount /dev/sda6 /mnt
returned invalid argument
GParted shows a 100mb partition on sda2, EFI, with flags boot,esp. I assumed this was where i had grub. Running:
mount /dev/sda2 /mnt/boot
Returned mount point doesnt exist.
Thats mostly all Ive tried. I'm sorry for the formatting of this post as I'm on mobile. I'll try and clean it up for future noobies. Here is a picture of my lsblk -f: