I currently have a Windows 10 - Ubuntu 14.04.3 Dual boot on my PC.
The other day I was creating a partition using Disk management from Windows, and then the software crashed. I had to force shut down and when I restarted, what is see is something in the lines
No partition found and a grub rescue prompt.
So, I check for a solution online, and finally found one. It said that I should direct the grub rescue to the grub file in my Ubuntu partition and gave me some steps. So I followed. This is what I do to get to the boot loader now:
set root=(hd0,msdos6) set prefix=(hd0,msdos6)/boot/grub/ insmod normal normal
The problem now is: I have to do this every goddamn time I turn on this thing. How should I command grub rescue to automatically find the file like it normally does?