I recently installed ZorinOS. I installed it on second drive and everything was fine, until i wanted to switch to windows. I thought while launching my PC i will see "Launch Windows" button (or something similiar). I tried boot repair, but it didn't help. I think the problem is that my Windows is LegacyWindows (thats what bootrepair told me). When i try to boot in to disk when Windows is installed, terminal launches and tell me that normal.mod file was not found - tried looking for it with ls but didnt succeed. What should i do?
Also one thing that maybe could help:
i got two disks
SSD with windows
HDD with zorin on it, however when i boot in to disk it shows terminal with "normal.mod file was not found". To launch zorin i need to select "ubuntu (HDD ..)" from list.
You placed the grub partition on the second drive? You will have to switch boot devices (drives) unless you overwrite windows boot manager.
If windows is installed in legacy (32 bit) mode, you will still have an issue since efi and zorin will boot in 64bit. Zorin expects a GPT disk unless configured for a legacy drive (MBR). Your best bet is to reinstall windows in 64bit. Then you eliminate your issue the easiest. You can do it without reinstalling but it will be a process that may still result in the same occurring.
You can look into the mbr2gpt tool M$ offers, or search how to do this in Linux. I've seen both offered.
I could reinstall it, but the biggest problem here is that i dont want to lose files.. Installing everything from start would be horrible. I dont know where did i put grub partition tbh, how do i check it? When i choose drive that contains windows it shows me grub rescue mode.