Recently my motherboard’s bios corrupted and because of that all of the settings in my bios was deleted. Before it corrupted antergos appeared as a seperate boot option despite there only being one hard drive in the pc. Now any attempt to boot from the hard drive just leads to a message asking to put bootable media into the computer. I looked at the hard drive using an antergos live usb and the hard drive looks to not be broken. With that noted what do I need to do in order to be able to boot antergos off of that drive again?
After bios corrupted, antergos can no longer boot
Repair grub from the live CD. Or download supergrubdisk2, which can either boot your antergos installation or repair the GRUB entry.
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