N/APosted on - 07/22/2016
When the bootloader is damaged or does not work properly which can be due to various issues we are often introduced to the GRUB recovery or the Grand unified bootloader prompt which even fails to communicate with the designated partition and freezes completely, we often end up losing all settings and some data and reinstall the os. What can be the way around?
When Linux Kernel Decides To “Grub” You
There is a GRUB utility tool which can be downloaded from https://www.gnu.org/software/grub/ . The grub utility can be downloaded on storage device and it can be reinstalled to fix the issue. If that does not work we can boot our computer from the same OS via any bootable media we can open the partition manager like Gparted which would provide the list of partitions available in the system and which partition seems to be corrupted. We can try a repair option of the partition manager in most cases it regains access to GRUB.