Hang on Boot Switched from AMD to Intel CPU

Hello and thank you for any response. Switched from AMD MB to Intel MB. With the change of course came graphic/NVIDIA issues. Was able to remove all NVIDIA drivers and change xorg.conf to bkp status. Loaded Vulkan Intel drivers. Can access CLI via ctl-alt-F2. Ran journalctl and received something about not connecting pipes for display and Display cannot connect to VT1.
Any idea how to solve this would be appreciated.

you changed the motherboard? so with it also bios… so check if secure boot is disabled… and post picture from tty of:
inxi -G
mhwd -l -li
find /etc/X11/ -name "*.conf"
ls /etc/modprobe.d

have you change microcode ?
amd-ucode to intel-ucode ?

A driver is N/A.

you have optimus manager, so thats probably the reason, post output from:
pacman -Qs optimus

Should Optimus be removed. This is not a laptop.

yes since you have only intel gpu…
sudo pacman -Rns optimus-manager
systemctl reboot

Optimus removed still hangs on boot

maybe the config was not removed, post again output from:
find /etc/X11/ -name "*.conf"
ls /etc/modprobe.d

ok, config is gone… delete also this:
sudo rm /etc/modprobe.d/mhwd-gpu.conf

uninstall drivers:
sudo mhwd -r pci video-linux
install them:
sudo mhwd -i pci video-linux

enable early loading:
sudo nano /etc/mkinitcpio.conf
and edit the MODULES section to look like this:
save it with: ctrl+x, and reboot:
systemctl reboot

Still hangs. Is nit time to give up and reinstall? You have spent a lot of time on this. Thanks

if you run inxi -G is the driver still N/A?

yes it still shows NA

post output from:
pacman -Qs 'intel-ucode|amd-ucode'

you can remove the amd:
sudo pacman -Rns amd-ucode
also try a different kernel, the 5.15 if you have it installed, if not install it:
sudo pacman -S linux515
reboot and check in bios if secure boot is disabled, if not disable it…
and switch to the 515 kernel in grub

still hangs with 5.15 kernel

did you disabled secure boot?
and just to be sure, you no longer have nvidia card?

Nvidia card removed yesterday. If I had left it in I might not have these troubles.
I have a Gigabyte MB H370DM it does not provide an option for Secure Boot, only SGX.