After I ran Windows 10 update this afternoon my partition table broke... I had dual boot with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 14 with Grub as the boot loader. The error that came up was "Error no such partition, Entering rescue mode... grub rescue>". I googled it, found out about the boot-repair ISO, installed it on a USB, ran the repair, got this report, but still no luck:
Now the boot skips Grub entirely and goes to Windows boot manager which fails with "The boot configuration data for your PC is missing or contains errors". So now instead of dual boot I have zero boot. Thanks Microsoft.
Anyway can you guys help me interpret the disk info in the pastebin link? I don't remember my partition configuration but I believe Ubunut had slightlty less disk space than Windows. Questions I have:
- Is the Ubuntu partition still there? Could it be the one named "Extended"? (sda4)
- Where would GRUB be? Gone? Can it be reinstalled? how?
I don't really care about the Windows partition anymore, but it would be nice to rescue Ubuntu.