Thank you But please edit it and use ``` at the beginning and at the end, so that it is readable formatted.
What we can try is setting parameter in grub boot menu, to see what actually the problem is with the newer kernel.
Also very helpful would be a boot journal:
journalctl -b -0 > ~/current_boot.log
Without internet connection impossible, but install Manjaro 19.0.2 and don’t upgrade everything, instead install the linux56 kernel and boot it. Then create the same log as above. If you cant do anything in linux56, just reboot use the linux54 kernel. Then create the log, but like this:
journalctl -b -1 > ~/last_boot.log
it will create a log file of the previous boot.
Better use https://pastebin.com/ for the journal log, because it could be very long.