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I encountered this issue with both of my Fedora machines when I upgraded. The exact commands you need to enter will depend on your installation. The instructions provided here will guide you through the process of identifying your boot device and the correct initrd/kernel combination to boot:

Once you have identified these and run the grub2-install command all should be well with the world.