Is there a way to load a different kernel from the boot/grub screen?

After updating the kernel today I can no longer boot. It gives me some options:
Manjaro Linux
Advanced options for Manjaro Linux
Urging firmware settings

None of the options work


if you have installed multiple kernels then you have the option to boot through any kernel through advanced options for manjaro linux option

when i go into advanced options it only gives me options for 5.10 and neither of them work

it says press ‘e’ to edit cmds before booting or ‘c’ for a command-line. is there anything that can be done in the command line? Is it possible to install another kernel from usb or something?

@dingus Go to system settings and click kernel, install the kernel from the list. After it is done, reboot. Get to the manjaro’s grub boot loader and select advanced options for Manjaro. Then select to kernel you just installed and your DONE.

EDIT: Can you use Fallback to boot?

you have to boot with US iso Manjaro ,
open a terminal

sudo manjaro-chroot -a
mhwd-kernel -li
mhwd-kernel -i linux54 
exit ( end-chroot )

then reboot and see in advanced options
(*) kernel boot ok will be reuse on next boot