I have a dual boot Debian 9 (controls the boot process) and W10 being the other possible boot.
After performing a simple overclock setup over the BIOS (MSI X399 motherboard), the computer now sends me directly into grub rescue console when I start the computer, where it reads:
"error: file'/boot/grub/i386-pc/normal.mod' not found."
I know how to perform the "set prefix=..." and "insmod" tasks to setup grub on boot, but my specific problem is not there. All my *.mod files, including "normal.mod" are in a differently-named folder: "x86_64-efi", not the "i386-pc" that the grub insists on fetching. Even as I perform a "set prefix=..." to the right folder, grub will still try to read "normal.mod" in the "i386-pc" folder which simply does not exist.
What are the possible fixes to this without disassambling the SSD from the computer? Grub rescue commands are extremely limited unfortunately, so I cannot copy/move contents for example. Thank you very much to anyone having leads on this.