Fedora 34 doesn't boot after update. Fedora 34 seems totally lost

Hi dear members of this great community.

First of all, my English is poor indeed.

Second thing is that today 2/2/22 after an update on Fedora 34 my laptop doesn’t enter in the operative system of Fedora 34 (not even in the rescue option) and that I don’t have access to any of the information that I need for work, study, etc. I’m not a serious Linux user, so fortunately I have a boot menu with a partition where is also Windows 7 (…this is the reason why I can write this, because Fedora 34 is lost).

I guess that is possible to use a live cd to recover data, but I prefer to recover Fedora 34, because I prefer it over Windows 7. Please any idea about how to proceed avoiding to reinstall Fedora 34 prior a backup?.

Thank you very much for all your time and attention,

Best regards.

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Welcome to ask.:fedora:edora @yyyyy

When you can not start your system, and we should help you, you at least should enter in to the system and give us more info about it.
For this the live iso is not a bad idea. Please start it and give us infos like:

inxi -Fzx in terminal and post the output as </> Preformatted text here.

You have to install the tool first.