Cannot boot into Garuda Linux

Hi, I cannot boot into garuda linux after updating windows 10. In the GRUB screen it says unknown file system.

How can I solve this issue?

Any other info?
Windblows updates break grub all the time

You have to change the boot order in the BIOS / UEFI.

what do you mean by any other info?

Here are the instructions that you should read before reporting an error.

https://wiki.garudalinux.org/en/reporting-bugs

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I've already changed the boot order.

I've have installed these 3 OS (Deepin OS, Garuda Linux & Windows 10) boot into single FAT32 partition. And now I'm able boot into only Windows 10 and Deepin OS only.

Instead of a dual boot if you have 2 gpus use a vm for windblows

Visual studio is lagging on virtual machine. How can I fix this with triple boot?

Live ISO, terminal

sudo grub-install /dev/sdxX
sudo update-grub

Be sure about xX (/dev/sda1)

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VS code works on linux. its native install

code

Maybe Windows had reset FastBoot and/or SecureBoot.
Check your BIOS and confirm these are disabled.

As I see in the image, you have an option to add a new boot entry.

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My boot partition is nvme0n1p1

When I execute sudo grub-install /dev/nvme0n1p1 I'm getting this error :frowning:

Screenshot_3

Read

please and no pic from terminal output.

lsblk --paths --tree --include 8 --output name,fstype,label,mountpoint
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NAME FSTYPE LABEL MOUNTPOINT
/dev/sda
├─/dev/sda1 ntfs Study Materials
├─/dev/sda2 ntfs Music
├─/dev/sda3 ntfs Photos
├─/dev/sda4 ntfs Movies
└─/dev/sda5 ntfs Other
/dev/sdb iso9660 GARUDA_DR460NIZED_SOARING_ /run/miso/bootmnt
├─/dev/sdb1 iso9660 GARUDA_DR460NIZED_SOARING_
└─/dev/sdb2 vfat MISO_EFI
/dev/sdc vfat SD

Thank you so much. Fixed the issue and I could boot into garuda.

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How exactly?

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