Description of problem:
Under custom partitioning, if one of the partitions of an old Fedora install are deleted the user is presented with a checkbox that when checked will cause ALL partitions associated with this "old" installation to be deleted. If this old install uses the Windows EFI system partition, then the Windows EFI system partition is deleted as well! The result is that the machine can no longer boot windows.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
The Fedora x86_64 Live DVD was used to install on an ASUS laptop (X200M).
Install Fedora 21 with custom partitioning, no problem.
Now assume that for some reason you want to start over. Run the
Live DVD install again, and delete all partitions that were previously
created for Fedora 21. This causes the Windows EFI system partition to
be deleted (the Windows data partition is still there, but it cannot
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install Fedora 21
2.Install again, but this time delete all partitions associated with first install.
Windows EFI system partition is deleted.
Should NEVER delete Windows EFI system partition.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1183880 ***