I am a new Linux user and I installed Zorin OS last week. It has been working fine but an error has been coming up when I turn on my computer. I have a Lenovo laptop that had Windows 10 pre-installed. A while back I upgraded it to Windows 11 and last week I decided to partition the disk to have both Windows 11 and Zorin 16 Core.
The computer has 16 GB RAM and an SSD with 512 GB of storage. I created a new partition for Zorin and allocated 250 GB for it, while trimming Windows' side down to 250 GB as well. Both Windows and Zorin are working great, and they are both up to date. I also downloaded Lenovo System Update to check for BIOS updates and it says my BIOS is up to date.
Nevertheless, whenever I turn my laptop on, before I get to the dual boot screen where I choose which OS to start, I get the following error:
"Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywere else TAB lists possible device or file completions".
I haven't really found what to do about it, so I have just been using the "reboot" command. It generally leads to the same error, but after a 3rd or 4th time it shows me the options to start Zorin or Windows, which work without any problem.
I must say this had never happened before installing Zorin, but I have the feeling this error is not related to Linux. Is it Windows that it creating the problem? Lenovo? And also, what does this error even mean? I am new to Linux and have no computing experience whatsoever, so I am a little worried I might have broken or corrupted my laptop somehow, whatever that means.
I would really appreciate it if someone could help me out with this and let me know how to fix the error and whether my laptop is broken.