Help recovering Systemd-boot

I don’t know what happened but I don’t have no boot options now. i mounted my /dev/nvme0n1p1 on /mnt and i have 3 folders: /EFI, /f5c97a1a99324631a9e2fe081cfc86bc, /loader inside loader I have

default f5c97a1a99324631a9e2fe081cfc86bc
timeout 5
console-mode auto
reboot-for-bitlocker 1

and inside f5c97a1a99324631a9e2fe081cfc86bc I have
\6.1.8-arch1-1\ \6.1.8-zen1-1-zen\

How do I fix systemd-boot? I tired to chroot but I have the error bash not found in /usr/bin/bash
It could be because a damaged update? I canceled the first kernel update because I lost internet connection for some minutes…

You probably need to arch-chroot into your system and run reinstall-kernels.

Make sure your efi partition is mounted properly.

Nope not working, i mounted nvme0n1p1 on /mnt/boot/efi and nvme0n1p2 on /mnt, done an arch-chroot and installed kernels again still no options on systemd-boot.

Your efi partition should be mounted at /mnt/efi for systemd-boot.

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