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GRUB2 and Post-MBR Gap

Section 3.2 of the current GRUB2 986431 and 979805 indicate not. In 986431, a Dell PC, the first partition (containing a Dell utility) started at sector 36 (maybe a 4K sector disk?) and in 979805, a refurbished Lenovo laptop, the first partition started at sector 28. The responses to these bug reports by some people was interesting: The best thing to do might be to contact NBWN and let them know that their disk partitioning is incompatible with Fedora The standard here is what the Windows installer does, not what Dell’s inept manufacturing process produces. Have you called Dell tech