I have gone through a lot of questions and answers related to
grub rescue but I am having a different problem which I am not able to understand.
As per some of the answers, I tried following steps to resolve this problem -
First of all I used
lscommand to get all the partitions which in my case were
Out of the above 5 partitions, I got
Filesystem is ext2message for
prefixI realised that the
/boot/grubdirectory does not exist in selected drive
As a result of this when I try to fire
insmod normalcommand, grub rescue gives an error saying
Apart from this, I tried using bootable USB drive with ubuntu 14, 16, 17, 18 & even windows OS but I always ended up in grub rescue window.
This leaves me with following questions -
Am I setting a wrong drive as root drive (provided this is the only ext2 drive among 5 enlisted drives) ?
Is there a way of including the
/boot/grubfolder in the root directory so that I can run `insmod normal command ?