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Cant boot F26

asked 2018-04-07 12:52:08 -0500

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updated 2018-04-07 13:07:10 -0500


Lately i been having some problems with my Fedora 26 Problems (Its on External hard drive )

Where only on my personal computer had this problem the TSC_DEADLINE It worked fine in the other computers (Class/Brother's) couple days back managed to log on in my fedora on my PC and did the following steps (Hoping to those will allow me to be able to boot fedora on mi PC consistently.)

echo 1 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/microcode/reload

dracut -fv

Those steps , look like solved the issue , so i was able to use fedora in any of the computers i use without any problem.

This morning i tried to boot fedora (Its the OS i use for class purposes) and wasnt able to boot it (The first option of the gurb send me to a black screen) and the second option on the gurb send me to the emergency mode (Image provided in the imgur post) did the journalctl and while on my PC it also show the red msg of the TSC deadline in the other PCS i use , it happens the same but on the log only shows the other two red errors.

The fsck and file system errors are generated due what i did to fix the TSC deadline error in the first place? the Echo/dracut-fv?

Those steps are the right ones to solve the TSC deadline errata?

What can i do to fix those problems? to be able to use fedora ? Where can i find help about those any help or info about the issue is much appreciated.

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answered 2018-04-08 16:20:45 -0500

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The TSC message isn't a problem, it's just a warning. The dracut command probably fixed that and it's very unlikely that it caused the fsck problem. Somehow your filesystem has become corrupted. You will need to run a manual fsck on it. You might be able to do it from emergency mode, otherwise you will need to do it from a live image.

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