Well… I forget to mention that i had a double system in my pc, and i tried to disable the Secure boot and the boot manager instantly crashed, so now i’m not able to login in my fedora,
Anyway as i didn’t have anything important there, i will reinstall fedora and clean the other system, and i will try again this what you mention
It’s a bit strange, because from my personal experience you can enable and disable secure boot without such an effect. Are you sure you haven’t disabled UEFI boot instead of just disabling Secure boot?
Disabling UEFI boot indeed will make you unable to boot either Fedora or windows (if that’s your second system) or grub (the boot manager) indeed.
Definitely it is…, but yes I’ve just disabled the Secure boot, i was just able to boot through Windows (yes it was the second one),
Now i’m reinstalling and updating everything, i also disabled the Secure boot beforehand do something, and the system looks ok now, just left wait for that and then try to install those eternal drivers