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2017-04-05 17:58:54 -0600 answered a question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

giving up, closing thread

2017-04-05 17:46:37 -0600 commented question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

Update: So I was able to boot a live CD of fedora 26 Alpha but only after hitting tab and adding nomodset to the command line. Not sure if it worked becuase the live cd was running 4.11 will continue to investigate.

I booted normally and tried 4.10.8 with nomodset at the end of the boot command but it still wont boot. I give up. Closing this thread.

2017-04-01 09:19:55 -0600 commented question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

I was able to boot a Debian Testing live CD that had a kernel > 4.8 I am going to try another live CD from a different Distro to see if that will boot as well. IF it does then I do not know what to do except maybe re-install fedora from scratch

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2017-03-30 14:56:14 -0600 commented question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

I am resurrecting this thread because Kernel 4.10 also will not boot. The same exact symptoms as previously described. I am unsure on what to do at this point, I may make a live bootable USB of some other distro and see if it will boot with a kernel >4.8

2017-02-19 06:11:03 -0600 commented question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

Thanks for the words of encouragement, Since this seems to primarily be kernel related should I am posting to the kernel bugzilla

2017-02-19 06:10:16 -0600 answered a question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

Thanks for the words of encouragement, Since this seems to primarily be kernel related should I be posting this on some kernel message boards somewhere for greater visibility? If so where?

2017-02-17 06:54:09 -0600 commented question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

This is frustrating to say the least. I was hoping the newer kernels would fix this issue but it still persists. At this point i am completely out of ideas. Ive been trying random stuff from the internet for weeks now but still cant get any kernel 4.9 or higher to boot

Here is the output of journalctl -x -b -1 http://pastebin.com/SccXPPn9

I may download a live cd of another distro and see if I can boot that

2017-02-07 05:50:14 -0600 commented question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

Yes the video drivers are up to date, I am not sure if I am explaining the issue properly. When I select the 4.9+ kernel, thes fan spin up to 100% and stay at 100%. NOrmally they would spin down after a few seconds. Then the machine sits there with the fans running full force and no video. After a minute the pc reboots.

I will try run level 3 and see what happens but it doesnt even attempt to do anything after hitting enter. Its instantly 100% fans

2017-02-06 15:12:22 -0600 commented question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

@steveebey73742 I tried adding the nomodset and as soon as I hit Control - x the fans spin up 100% and I dont get any video.

I am using the stock desktop gnome 3. Processor is a Xeon 4 core with 32 gigs of ram, Multiple ssd's, etc... I'd love to figure out whats going on with the newer kernels

Also here is more of the journalctl output since fpaste is limited on how much i can paste. This contains the end of the 4.9.6 boot where it just stops https://da.gd/EbNK

2017-02-06 15:00:38 -0600 commented question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

I have uploaded the output of journalctl --since today. I have only booted 2 times. Once attempting kernel 4.9.6 and once with a kernel that boots 4.8. I have also included the out put of lspci. I will try steveebey's reccomendation and post the results

journalctl today : https://da.gd/LTvnP

lspci : https://da.gd/W18Si

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2017-02-05 10:32:28 -0600 answered a question Secondary Display not seen by Wayland: A way to force a signal to an output?

I've got a possible work around for you. I have something very similar happen on my pc. What I do is after logging in to gnome, I go to settings and then displays. I then select the monitor that looks like its asleep and select rotate 90 degrees and hit appply then hit escape.

This will attempt to rotate the screen on your monitor and hitting escape will signify dont apply these settings. Works for me every time. Kind of a PITA but it works

2017-02-05 10:32:27 -0600 asked a question Kernel 4.9 wont boot

I am currently stuck on kernel-4.8.16-300.fc25.x86_64. Any 4.9 kernel I try to use wont let my PC boot. As soon as i hit enter in the boot menu, the Fans in my PC spin up to 100% and video signal seems to disappear because my monitors go into sleep mode.

This is a new account so I cant attach lspci output or journalctl -b or journalctl -k output. I guess i could paste that info in here is anything thinks it may be helpful. I tried checking /var/boot.log but it is empty for some reason

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Matt