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Ok so, I finally found a solution: it seems Windows completely messed up the bootorder. I used EasyUEFI (I couldn't launch UEFI Shell), and first tried to change the boot order. After reboot, the order had been reverted (by Windows ? I suppose). I finally disabled the Windows boot entry, and it worked. I really don't know what happened, if this is Windows ...


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You could copy the files from /boot onto a USB drive, boot the broken system from a rescue CD, then mount the USB drive and copy the files over. As long as version and config are identical, this should work. Otherwise you will probably have to chroot into the broken system after booting the rescue CD, then reinstall from "inside" the system (reinstall ...


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If you read this Arch Linux forum page, you will find that several people have had the same issue you have. The consensus seems to be that GRUB2 has problems booting off a logical partition. It is impossible however to make a precise recommendation in your case because you do not include enough info in your post. It would be helpful to have the output of ...



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