So, I rebooted the system without any update and went to Windows (unfortunately the only way to play Apex Legends), after rebooting again on Fedora it wasn’t booting unless I disable the AMD driver using “nomodesetting” (blacklisting amdgpu doesn’t work). I tried restoring the system with Timeshift to 2 days ago and it didn’t work (same problem). What can I do?
My system is an Intel Core i5 9400F, 16GB of RAM and a Vega 56 GPU.
PS: it happened (probably) the same thing some weeks ago and it boot again normally the other day (I kept using just Windows), and there was one thing in common that I did: I booted why my old home theatre (that wasn’t being used) turned on. It is connected to the computer with 3 P2 to RCA stereo jacks for 5.1 audio (I use ALSA hdajackretask for it) while the computer speakers are connected to the monitor (HDMI sound). I don’t know how this could be related but it is the only thing I can think of. I already tried to boot with the audio cables unplugged with no success.