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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    And it's fixed! Happy to be messaging this from Manjaro. Thanks a ton for the help. Y'all really saved me from losing an important file :)
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Okay, wonderful. I'll do this when I get the time to.
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Okay. I'll wait until then before I do anything.
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Is a system restore point good enough?
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    [[email protected] ~]$ lsblk -f NAME FSTYPE FSVER LABEL UUID FSAVAIL FSUSE% MOUNTPOINT loop0 squash 4.0 0 100% /run/miso/ loop1 squash 4.0 0 100%...
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Will do! Unfortunately I have a very important video on there. Otherwise I would've just reinstalled Manjaro already. This seems like that one for me. I've heard of that before but I have no idea what that is. Thanks for the help thus far :)
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Okay, that's no problem.
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Any update to this? :)
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Here it is: Disk /dev/loop0: 16.25 MiB, 17035264 bytes, 33272 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk /dev/loop1: 540.87 MiB, 567123968 bytes, 1107664 sectors Units: sectors of 1...
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Perfect Yes and yes That's no problem. More information is always better. Yes After. May 3rd or 4th most likely.
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    After using the recommended option in boot repair, this is the prompt I've been given: I wasn't able to find a repository containing grub-efi-amd64-signed for Manjaro. Here is the BootInfo summary: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/WxHxY5Q5pq/ Edit: One interesting thing that I've noticed is that I...
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Okay that works with me. I've just found the time to try the boot repair thing so I'll tell you how that goes when I'm done.
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Okay, I'll give it a try :) Yup that's fine with me. Although if I understand correctly, this means that if I were to remove either the SSD or HDD, my computer would fail to boot, correct?
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Yes, I do. I've never actually even seen a Grub menu before though whether booting into Windows or Linux. And I'd rather not have the computer by default go to Linux since I usually use Windows (as of now, at least).
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    1. Windows 10 2. Manjaro Linux KDE Plasma 20.0.1. If I remember correctly, the Linux kernel is 5.4 if that is useful. Sorry, I am new to Linux. 3. It's custom built so it has no single brand, name, or model. It uses UEFI. Here are the specs: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 GPU: Sapphire Radeon NITRO+...
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Not exactly. Grub doesn't show up. It never has even when the drive worked. I believe this is because I installed the boot loader on the drive that doesn't have Windows? I'm referring to the boot menu that appears when you press F12 (at least on a Gigabyte motherboard) before the OS loads. Found...
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    I have a live CD with GParted on it so that should be no problem. Will send a screenshot of it when I have the chance. Yes, I use two drives. I never changed the boot order. Windows is first priority and that works fine. I use the boot menu so that if I don't select what to boot to, it default...
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    Thanks! I ran the program and changed the root partition to the boot partition and the 3 other partitions to primary ones. I restarted my computer and the issue still persists.
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    No Boot Media Detected After Shrinking Home Partition

    I have a hard drive that had the root, home, and swap partitions on it. I wanted to add a fourth NTFS partition so I used GParted to shrink the home partition and make the newly unallocated space an NTFS partition. Upon restarting my computer and booting from that hard drive, I got the "Reboot...
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