Computer won't boot after Kernel update

Hello, after installed the new kernel, everything I could got is a black screen so I switched back to 5.8 and it was fine until a new update that once again doesn’t pass from the motherboard screen, it seems like a problem with Nvidia drivers too. I am still new on Linux.

Hello, and Welcome to Manjaro. Next, I really do not know anything about Nvidia but here some tips:

  1. Use the Search button and you will find a lot of information.

  2. Please read this:

You will learn a lot about your problem. I would bet it is a question of which version 450 or 455.

good luck

gary

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nvidia+linux59=broken. just dont.

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This is what I get on kernel 5.8.


Sorry for the picture but I can’t copy/paste. Also not sure if I should take pictures of the results from commands listed on How to provide good information.
Sincerely I have no idea what to do. :confused:

I cant help right now … but see this:

I am trying to follow this guide.

However when I insert this command

sudo pacman -S manjaro-chroot

I get this.

[manjaro@manjaro ~]$ sudo pacman -S manjaro-chroot
error: target not found: manjaro-chroot

That is the command. The package is called manjaro-tools-base.

$ sudo pacman -F manjaro-chroot
extra/manjaro-tools-base 0.15.10-1 (manjaro-tools) [Installiert]
    usr/bin/manjaro-chroot
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boot on USB iso manjaro
open a terminal and a browser on this topic
and returns

sudo manjaro-chroot -a
mhwd-kernel -li
mhwd -li
inxi -Fza
exit ( quit chroot )
[manjaro@manjaro ~]$ sudo manjaro-chroot -a
==> Detected systems:
 --> 0) Windows
 --> 1) Manjaro:linux:btrfs:UUID=c16bedf5-da02-4346-bdea-17c05dcadeca
==> Select system to mount [0-1] : 
1
==> ERROR: You can't mount 1!

If I type 0 instead of 1 I get the same:

[manjaro@manjaro ~]$ sudo manjaro-chroot -a
==> Detected systems:
 --> 0) Windows
 --> 1) Manjaro:linux:btrfs:UUID=c16bedf5-da02-4346-bdea-17c05dcadeca
==> Select system to mount [0-1] : 
0
==> ERROR: You can't mount 0!

with btrfs , yo ucant use command manjro-chroot
you have to use this one

you can use manjaro-chroot this way
( recheck disks partitions before )

sudo mount -o subvol=@ /dev/sdaX /mnt
manjaro-chroot /mnt

done
or

sudo mount /dev/sdaX /mnt
manjaro-chroot /mnt/@

if you want to install grub
for uefi
you can
mount efi partition before hand
consider
/dev/sdaX is root partition
/dev/sdaY is efi partition

sudo mount /dev/sdaX /mnt
sudo mount /dev/sdaY /mnt/@/boot/efi
manjaro-chroot /mnt/@