While working on Fedora 20, I have faced the following error after restart:
"Error:No such Partition" Entering Rescue Mode...
I was not sure what I did. The most probable changes could be either I delete the partition during extension or may have done some mistake while setting up boot priority.
However, after googling on it, I have seen most of the solution are with LIVE CD.
Note: In my situation, the Fedora 20 was hosted in a Cloud and it was only one OS in that Virtual Machine.
Thus, I tried a different way without LIVE CD. As I couldn’t found any proper blog for the solution, so I am writing this blog which might help other System Admin also in future to get out this issue.
- First explore the list of HD that is available on your system as :
2. You have to be sure which HD could have all your setup. So you can kindly check as I did. In my case, it is on (hd0,msdos3)
grub rescue> ls (hd0,msd0s3)/
grub rescue> ls (hd0,msd0s2)/
This steps help me to determine my HD as 3. So I am performing required action on it
grub rescue> set prefix=(hd0,msdos3)/grub2
grub rescue> set root=(hd0,msdos3)/
grub rescue> insmod normal
grub rescue> normal
BOOM !!! it will work now. Soon it restart, you will see the Linux option for choosing your OS.