Happy to hear you're making progress, though I won't be able to help you
as much at this stage because your system is setup up differently from

Since you've reached the initrmfs terminal, you just need to locate
"vmlinuz" now that the drives have been reordered. That should be
wherever the root of filesystem has been mounted (e.g. "/"). Thankfully
initrmfs will have all the basic functions of a standard terminal. So
try "lsblk" to list all the drives/partitions and their ids, and look
for the partition that has the "/" MOUNTPOINT. That should be the name
you use for the root in the second grub command.

Failing that, you could use other basic terminal commands like "ls
/dev", 'find / -name "vmlinuz"', etc. to figure out your particular

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