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I you had installed VirtualBox on a previus kernel version you need to update virtualbox, Fedora normally update its kernels faster that VirtualBox, so VirtualBox kernel modules will not exists for the new kernel, you can try using rpmfusion.org akmod for virtualbox which is will compile a new kernel module when it update the kernel at least on theory.

You better use libvirt and kvm with virt-manager to avoid issues with VirtualBox on Fedora. You can virtualize any thing with it.