Hi,Since the last system update I have been getting TPM errors on every entry in my grub menu when I do a warm restart from F38, and this includes the menu entry for the kernel I used to boot into F38.
I am getting multiple occurrences of the following message:error: ../../grub-core/commands/efi/tpm.c:150:unknown TPM error.
I am also getting the message:error: ../../grub-core/net/net.c:1552:disk 'hd2,gpt7' not found.
The second message doesn't make sense as that is the device that contains F38 that I had booted into before doing the restart, and the device I've booted into to send this email.
I did do a bios firmware update about 6 weeks ago and had to update the efi keys so that I could boot into the nvidia drivers in F38, but I would have thought that if that was causing a problem it would have surfaced before now.
When I get these errors, if I do a hard reset, by pressing the reset button on the front of the PC, then I can boot into any entry in the grub menu without issue. These errors prevent me from booting back into F38, Ubuntu and Windows.
Can anyone suggest what I need to look at to try to determine why this error is occurring?
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