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  1. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    Try supergrubdisk rescatux, download, copy to usb drive, then boot from it, and then try the option "Reinstall Microsoft Windows UEFI" Good luck.
  2. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    How do you expect people to help you if you aren't providing any information when asked to do something that may provide some useful information. It's impossible to come with solutions when not being provided by actual data, in this case the data of what your efibootmgr looks like.
  3. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    @Yousi What was the output of efibootmgr -v when you booted from a usb into the live environment? Could you please share that here? This way we can see what your uefi boot manager looks like.
  4. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    So from my understanding of your description you aren't able to boot into Windows either. Your best option probably is to boot from the Windows 10 installation cd to then fix your windows bootloader from there. You are probably better off at a Windows forum to get your Windows bootloader fixed...
  5. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    And when you select to boot from the option that says Windows boot Manager you end up in a grub rescue mode, is that correct?
  6. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    Can you make a picture or screenshot of what you saw because I am not sure what you actually did because of your description of what you saw?
  7. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    Are you able to enter the bios/uefi bootmenu by using one of the f1-f12 keys to then have a few options to boot from also an option including Windows?
  8. f33dm3bits

    Extend disk

    You must have a developer subscription then? Your disk(sdc) is 800G, it has one partition of 500G, you have a volume group with then name of datavg, and within that volume group you have a logical volume which is 150G with the name of pgpetsrvdata_lv. So you want to extend your logical volume...
  9. f33dm3bits

    Extend disk

    Then you must be running Centos and not Redhat(RHEL)? Read the first post I made.
  10. f33dm3bits

    Carnage's house of Chaos

    Those are all a long time before my time but but interesting to see the history! I wasn't expecting to get a history lesson;):p, thanks for sharing!
  11. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    If you have a way of booting into a windows rescue environment for example with a CD (no idea how that works) you can try this. If not create a usb drive with a live linux distro on it, for example Ubuntu and boot into live mode from the usb drive. Then install efibootmgr (sudo apt-get install...
  12. f33dm3bits

    Grub rescue after reset bios

    Do you have multiple disks in your system?
  13. f33dm3bits

    Extend disk

    What @Alexzee means is that since you are running RHEL you are also paying for a RHEL subscription which allows you to contact their support for anything you run into, so why not make them work for their money. Read the post before that ;)
  14. f33dm3bits

    Ryzen 3400g does not work compatible with Linux ?

    Quite interesting, I run this exact CPU on my nas system which doesn't run a GUI so I didn't come across this problem. Didn't read about it until I came across this topic, seems it is still an ongoing issue.
  15. f33dm3bits

    New old guy.

    Hello @Mike13Foxtrot, Welcome to the forums!
  16. f33dm3bits

    Extend disk

    What does your disk partioning and lvm setup look like now? Type the command lsblk in the terminal if you don't know and paste the output here.
  17. f33dm3bits

    Carnage's house of Chaos

    I've heard a song or two of them before, but these are good to hear as well.
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    Carnage's house of Chaos

  19. f33dm3bits

    The Linux software that users should know about

    bashtop (Should also be available through your package manager)
  20. f33dm3bits

    Carnage's house of Chaos

    Turning up the volume a notch.
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