PC only booting into GRUB unable to access OS or BIOS

Hey! So I'm new to Linux (and if I'm being honest I got no idea what I'm doing) and installed Zorin OS on an old SSD alongside Windows on my main SSD. I don't know whether or not I messed up or if something else did but now my whole system wont boot. Every time I start it up it reads:

"GNU GRUB 2.06: Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists possible device or completions."

Now this is where it gets weird, because ive been trying to troubleshoot and ive been led into dead ends because of two reasons. I'm unable to input anything into the keyboard and (more importantly) I can't access my BIOS, when I start my PC it doesn't even show the Gigabyte logo (my motherboard brand). So I'm sort of running around in circles trying to figure out how to fix this issue. If anyone can offer any support it would be much appreciated. Thank you :smiley:

BTW, if theres anymore details that you may need to know, please ask for them. I'd sell my soul to get my PC running again hahah.

I readed some things on the internet, and some other users got the same problem by dualbooting Windows and Elementary :

You can try reading it if you want, maybe it will fix your problem.
But now that i think that your keyboard doesn't work and you can't go in the BIOS, this will probably be more complicated...

Do you have a desktop or laptop PC ? If its a desktop, and you really can't boot on a USB (since the website says you will need an USB stick with the distribution (Zorin in that case)), you could try disconnecting your SSD to force the system to the BIOS (since there is nowhere to boot) and then reconnect the disk while in the USB live system, but try this only if you really can't boot on the USB or BIOS.

I am not sure that this will be the solution, but i hope that it will work for you.

Thanks for replying! Fortunately I've resolved the issue by taking all of my drives out and turning off fast boot in BIOS.

Oh, okay ! I'm glad your PC works fine again ! I did not thinked about fast boot while writing, but now that its disabled, your system can work fine !