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Old 23rd March 2012, 07:01 AM
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I had to install through the troubleshooter, but now gnome 3 won't load.

So I did a full install of fedora over a partial install , where gnome worked perfectly.

When I did the full install, I rebooted and I got the message "no operating system"

I fixed this through looking through google over the course of a few hours, and it required be to install through the troubleshooting option on the live cd, where I could modify the command line.

(When I was installing gnome was in fallback mode)

I rebooted and yay! Operating system found! It worked!

But now gnome 3 fails to load. I am forced into fallback mode. How do I fix this?

(I also checked and forced fallback mode is not on in systeminfo)

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