This is similar to several other posts, but unfortunately couldn’t find any advice that applies to this situation.
Tried to Install several times with and without proprietary drivers
In all cases, Live USB experience works great, and installation completes without issues
Ryzen 3700 X
Nvidia RTX 2060 Super
Windows 10 on SSD drive, with its own EFI Boot Partition
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on an NVMe drive, with its own EFI boot Partition, along with Manjaro (21.2.1) entirely installed on one partition besides Ubuntu
Manjaro Linux Kernel 5.15.12-1
Fails to boot Normally into Manjaro - gets to a blank, black screen, completely frozen.
Successfully Boots with fallback initramfs
Upon booting with the fallback option, tried switching back and forth between the Open Source and Proprietary Drivers (Assuming it might be a driver Issue), Still unable to boot without the fallback initramfs mode.
So the question is, what makes the fallback initramfs work while the normal mode doesn’t?