After installing Fedora, upon reboot, grub does not show the two other distros that were (and still are) on the system, and boots directly into Fedora. Have tried to reinstall to delete and reinstall grub, but won’t allow deletion. Will update, but upon reboot still boots directly into Fedora.
At the same time I cannot get into the bios. System will no longer display Logo screen and goes directly to Fedora. The system is Lenovo Thinkcentre. I have been to Lenovo’s site and many other sites looking for clues. They all say the same thing. F1, F2, Function F1, etc. I have tried many many times in many ways to get to bios. Holding keys down on boot, tapping keys on boot, etc. Nothing works.
I can’t boot from usb, nor cd/dvd, etc.
Also, the system is set up with an external drive controller so I can select the drives…
#1,2,3,4, or one, or all, etc. I have tried no drives and still won’t go into bios.
I have not pulled down the system and pulled the battery…last resort I suppose.
When the system starts, the screen does flash the logo for a moment, but it is so fast that if you didn’t know what it was, you would not see it. It’s like a blip.
Is there a way to access the bios, or slow the boot down, or something to either access bios, or grub. I don’t understand how the install would cause this.
Thank you for any help. Really frustrated.