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First Things First; Properly delete your former partition and make space for the new boys in town(*Fedora 23) Second try maximising and minimising the windows using the windows icons, This is to reset the window cache and force a refetch of the windows content. This happens to me all the time since i am using an old machine. I almost forgot DO NOT RESIZE the window just use the windows icons for maximising and minimising.

But if the case still continue, install fedora and wait and hour, shutdown normally and bootup and you should see your grub menu.

Lastly use a lightweight DE like LXDE & XFCE, then when you have finished installing, you can now install gnome.