GRUB rescue> after changing a partition table
Ok, so here is my problem. I had a dual boot with M$ and linux. I, as I normally do, was messing around and broke the system. That was fine. I resetup the dual boot but accidentally, instead of installing over my broken linux install I added another side-by-side OS. I found this out, and went to fix it.
I then deleted the old linux partitions, and then moved the new one back and expanded it to fill the empty space. After that, as I predicted of going to happen, grub got all confused. I then put in a few set commands and isnmod to get me back to the normal grub menu. From there, I edited an entry so I could boot into linux and then ran "grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg" so grub would regenerate the config file.
I rebooted and got the same error message. I have looked at the entries for the windows kernel and the linux kernel and they are both good. What am I missing?