I had two types of drivers available to be installed last time I checked. One was called video-linux, and the other video-vesa. After installing the video-vesa one, manjaro stopped booting.
In another post I saw that someone had the same problem as I, and it was because there were two drivers installed, so I deleted video-linux from the terminal and it still doesn’t work.
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