I had an error, with my gpu-driver (Kernel 5.9.1) so I switched to the rt-Kernel, which fixed the error for the first reboot.
Then I did uninstalled the latest Kernel so it wont use it again and rebooted the System. To be safe I got the latest LTS-Kernel 5.4.72-1 installed.
After I rebooted the second time the rt-Kerne does not show up anymore as an boot-option, only the LTS-Kerne 5.4.72.-1.
The problem is, that the system doesn’t boot with the LTS-Kernel and I only get a blackscreen (LENOVO - LOGO).
Is there any chance I can fix this?
I got a Windows 10 as dual boot option which still works fine.
Is there a way to fix this with a live-usb?
I got a timeshift backup, but it is a week old, so would be great if im not forced to use it.
Lenovo ThinkPad T14 (AMD)
mhwd would trigger
sudo mkinitcpio -P and then
How did you install/remove the kernel?
With the grafical UI in the Manjaro-Settings.
If this is relevant, I get in tty with (ctrl+ALT+F1) and into the shell when i press e in GRUB and add init=/bin/bash
yeah ok… that is mhwd.
Then please go into tty3 (with F3), login and run
sudo update-grub. If the prefered kernel is not there listed, then try to remove and reinstall it cleanly with:
sudo mhwd-kernel -r linux54
sudo mhwd-kernel -i linux58
you see all possible kernels (-li displays the installed ones)
Thank you very much sir, if you may leave your Paypal down there I would like to spent you a coffee. you safed me a couple hours of work.
Only thing that didnt work was removing the LTS- Kernel because the system was running on it.
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