I deleted one of the 4 linux distro's with Gparted and suddenly I was stuck in grub rescue mode after boot. First time I used a grub repair tool that actually worked, and not just worked ... it worked out of the box too. Best thing on the market.
Excellent utility will repair the grub with one click, congratulations to the creator. Select the disk 32bit or 64bit, can burn the ISO to pendrive with Rufus or Unetbootin, on the first screen should wait about a minute to load the operating system, and then follow the instructions on the screen, reset and ready.
Very good !!!! I just don't found the MD5 SUM of the boot-repair-disk 64 bit or 32 bit!!
SOLVED! This is awesome program. It indeed fixed my netbook. It solved this problem: error: file '/grub/i386-pc/normal.mod' not found. Entering rescue mode... grub rescue> And even generate a report file to post online to paste.ubuntu.com, and/or offer send e-mail to email@example.com I struggled about two weeks of agony before I luckily found boot-repair-disk project. I tried about 20 other programs in order to fix it. Just the last one I encountered (boot-repair-disk) thankfully helped. I would even donate some money if I get a job and earn. Thanks again.
May work on some systems, but on my one it installed an old version of Grub2 and failed to boot on the first harddrive to Linux on the second harddrive. There's no help provided when the distro boots up. Very little or no explanation of settings. If the author can set a up a safer and easier to understand set of steps then I'd love to support this as restoring boot functionality on Linux is abysmal and should not have to require complex shell commands. Hope the author can improve this.