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Grub boots from kernels that I removed

I'm running Fedora 26, rpm -qa kernel outputs kernel-4.13.5-200.fc26.x86_64. And that's the one I want.

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I had 3 kernels showing in grub, that one, and 2 newer ones, Wifi wasn't working when booting from the other two so I excluded kernel updates from dnf, and I removed the newer kernels sudo dnf remove kernel-4.x.

All went smoothly, however when I restart, I still can see them in grub and I can boot from them and the wifi won't work if I pick them.

Here I am booting from the newest kernel that I removed.

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What went wrong?

Grub boots from kernels that I removed

I'm running Fedora 26, rpm -qa kernel outputs kernel-4.13.5-200.fc26.x86_64. And that's the one I want.

enter image description here

I had 3 kernels showing in grub, that one, and 2 newer ones, Wifi wasn't working when booting from the other two so I excluded kernel updates from dnf, and I removed the newer kernels sudo dnf remove kernel-4.x.

All went smoothly, however when I restart, I still can see them in grub and I can boot from them and the wifi won't work if I pick them.

Here I am booting from the newest kernel that I removed.

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Here's my grub

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What went wrong?