I just installed Fedora 36.
The installation went well. I did a complete disk install.
Immediately after the install I clicked around on the desktop and everything seemed to be working fine.
But after trying to restart my laptop I cannot get anything to display.
I get a dark grey screen.
The only way to see anything is to reinstall Fedora again, and use it the first time the same way as I did in the beginning.
Then after reboot the same problem happens again.
Cannot see anything.
The only way to get to my bios boot menu is to click SHIFT + Power button. That will at least let me access the bios menu so I can see my boot order.
Everything appears to be fine in the order with FEDORA at the top.
Nothing works for me however.
Is there an advanced setting in the Bios menu that I am missing?
Anyone have this issue or anyone know of a fix?
I reinstalled again from bootable USB and exact thing was duplicated.
Thanks for the speedy reply.
I have not done anything in terminal yet, as I should have tried to do a updates/upgrades first.
So I will have to reinstall Fedora 36 again from USB and use terminal.
By the way, I am new to Linux. Almost 2 years old, so I’m a toddler.
I will try that command that you mentioned and try to copy and paste the results.
Although I know nothing about it, hopefully I will copy the complete result as you asked for.
Thanks, See you soon.
Here are the results ------ >>>
But please know that I just did all updates and upgrades about 775 of them.
Hopefully everything will work now.
But I did NOT try to reboot yet.
Maybe I wait a few more minutes to see if you reply first before restart.
At end of install it tells me install is complete.
I launched it, and clicked around.
Everything looked good, so I did a reboot and got stuck on Blank Screen!
So I guess this was before my first real boot into Fedora (not counting the USB install boot).
I’m thinking that this is an installation issue if Fedora cannot boot into itself since I made it “first” at the top of boot order.
This never happened with Mint, PopOS, or any other OS system I installed.
Any idea what may be causing this?
Is it because Fedora never created a proper boot in partition even though I chose automatic install?
I thought it created boot partitions when installing on complete disk?
I have done 775 updates and upgrades, maybe this will fix whatever the problem is.
I will try to boot again to see if the updates fixed things in a couple hours when I get some more time.
I believe @ilikelinux was pointing out that it would be nicer if you post the output as preformatted text. There are several ways to do so, for instance, you can select the text to be formatted and then click on that button on the top-bar:
I believe @ilikelinux was pointing out that it would be nicer if you post the output as preformatted
text. There are several ways to do so, for instance, you can select the text to be formatted and
then click on that button on the top-bar:
This way it is usually easier to read debug info, logs, code, and so forth.