Windows sidelined by Fedora bug

Red Hat’s latest hobbyist version of Linux stops some users’ systems from booting Windows

Red Hat’s newest hobbyist and developer version of Linux, Fedora Core 2, caused trouble for some who found they couldn’t start Windows after installing the Linux upgrade side by side with it.

The bug had cropped up in testing, but after Red Hat released Fedora Core 2 in May, many more users reported their systems no longer would boot Windows.

No data on the Windows side was destroyed, and some manual hard drive reconfiguration fixed the problem.

Comments are closed.