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Oke, finally solved the puzzle... First, using USB live media & a USB bootloader, i managed to find a problem (corrupted) /boot/efi partition. Long story short, i followed the these steps: 1. unmount /boot/efi 2. format /boot/efi (nvme0n1p1) partition with FAT32 3. Started Fedora by USB Bootloader 4. Re-installed GRUB with new config 5. Cleaned EFI menu, removing old entries

After this, the machine stalled at loading job (90sec. wait) and entered emergency mode. From here i updated /etc/fstab with the new UUID of /boot/efi partition, since it changed when formatted.

This solved the problem :) Thanks for pointing directions guys!

Oke, finally solved the puzzle... First, using USB live media & a USB bootloader, i managed to find a problem (corrupted) /boot/efi partition. Long story short, i followed the these steps: 1. steps:

  1. unmount /boot/efi 2. /boot/efi
  2. format /boot/efi (nvme0n1p1) partition with FAT32 3. FAT32
  3. Started Fedora by USB Bootloader 4. Bootloader
  4. Re-installed GRUB with new config 5. config
  5. Cleaned EFI menu, removing old entries

After this, the machine stalled at loading job (90sec. wait) and entered emergency mode. From here i updated /etc/fstab with the new UUID of /boot/efi partition, since it changed when formatted.

This solved the problem :) Thanks for pointing directions guys!