I kinda messed up... I was editing a partition from a external volume and I might have edited boot partition accidentally.
My machine isn't able to boot, it says
error: no such partition. entering rescue mode. grub rescue> (screenshot 1)
I tried to list the partitions with grub rescue, but they seem empty?
Ubuntu 16.04 running on amd64
trying to boot from SSD with boot and OS etc.
no backup of entire disk Everything worked fine before
Anyway I tried to
Can't find /boot/grub/i386-pc/normal.mod (Beacause it's empty?) No fix I found so far helped.
I also tried starting with Ubuntu-live, where I can access the files of my SSD.
There I opened gparted (screenshot 2) and used
fdisk -l (screenshot 3), which tells me, there is no boot enabled partition. I suppose W95 Ext'd should usually be Linux, right? If so, is there a way to "convert" that table?
If you have other suspicions, please let me know.
Thx for any hints or resources that might be helpful!