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How to fix grub rescue in CentOS 7 / Redhat 7 / Fedora (100 % working)

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Mounish Dholakia (2 months ago)
Thanks working well!!
In my case when I type ls (hd0,gpt11) it shows / ./../ lost+found/ cm-x86-14.0/
In my case no msdos showing only gpt showing and when I type ls (hd0,gpt11) it shows filesystem is ext2
I can boot into cm14 rom but my windows boot option is not showing and when I type insnormal command it says normal.mod not found
Ramanan M (3 months ago)
Bro any solution..solve said problem
Ramanan M (3 months ago)
All My portion are show unknown filesystem
Ramanan M (3 months ago)
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Send yours
Ramanan M (3 months ago)
+Android and Tech Solutions Bro please don't mind sent your mobile number
I guess your os is not centos or redhat.. That's the reason if you are using Ubuntu or any other OS the method is different
Abhishek soni (6 months ago)
Thanx bro, It is very helpful for me
William J. Morales (6 months ago)
Also works for debian 👍 thanks bro
Thanks for your feedback :)
Mridul Datta (6 months ago)
tnx bro working
Juan Solis (6 months ago)
Thanks, bro. You fixed my mess.
A A A (7 months ago)
My all partitions are showing unknown filesystem.Plz help me.I am using windows 10 x64
Tabarak Mohammed (2 months ago)
type set
Which os??
ramesh Chand (10 months ago)
All my partitions are showing unknown filesystem
+ramesh Chand Which OS are you using?
A Ashok (10 months ago)
it's working
s wagiwnl (1 year ago)
on my computer does not have grub2, what do I do?
+S A O.Swet-iwnl- which OS do you have grub2 is availabe in redhat, crntos,fedora linux
vartit garg (1 year ago)
All my partitions are showing unknown file system
vartit garg (1 year ago)
Android and Tech Solutions I was using Windows 10 and boss linux It would be better if you text me on whatsapp at 8430749914 Actually i have my most important data in my laptop and i dont want to let that go.. I have wasted my whole day but still the problem not solved
+vartit garg Which os are you using?
vartit garg (1 year ago)
Android and Tech Solutions Its also showing unknown filesystem
+vartit garg Try this command ls (partition name)/

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