I recently changed my distro to arch linux. During the installation process, my partition table got screwed up I don't know how. The actual size of /dev/sda4 is 60 gigabytes but on the partition table it says 460 gigabytes by considering that /dev/sda3 doesn't exist because /dev/sda3(my home partition) was an encrypted drive. I didn't want my home partititon to be encrypted so I went to gparted and formated it into ext4 and mounted that onto /home. Then on my next reboot, I can't boot into the machine and arch gives me the error message, unexpected inconsistency on /dev/sda4. Run fsck manually on /dev/sda4. But when I run fsck it says either the partition table or the superblock is screwed up and just aborts and does nothing. I even tried to boot into another linux live image by booting into my usb but it doesn't bring up anything, it just brings a black screen with a blinking cursor at the top right corner. I know this is caused because the partition table isn't showing the correct sizes of the partitons. And now when I boot into my harddrive now I get a grub rescue prompt. Thank you very much in advance.