Removing Nvidia Drivers

I changed my Graphics driver from Nvidia to Video-Linux by using the GUI Manjaro Settings Manager. But the Nvidia Drivers are still installed. I did put a # in the right file and reboot.

Typing in mhwd -li -d --pci I got:

NAME:	video-linux
   VERSION:	2018.05.04
   INFO:	Standard open source drivers.
   CLASSIDS:	0300 0380 0302 
   VENDORIDS:	1002 8086 10de 

   NAME:	video-nvidia
   VERSION:	2020.11.30
   INFO:	Closed source NVIDIA drivers for linux.
   FREEDRIVER:	false
   CONFLICTS:	video*nvidia* 
   CLASSIDS:	0300 0302 
   VENDORIDS:	10de 

With inxi -G This:

  Device-1: NVIDIA GK104 [GeForce GTX 760] driver: nvidia v: 460.56 
  Display: server: X.Org 1.20.10 driver: loaded: nvidia unloaded: nouveau 
  resolution: 2560x1600~60Hz 
  OpenGL: renderer: GeForce GTX 760/PCIe/SSE2 v: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 460.56 

So which driver is in use? I’m having a Issue with Games that started with my GTX 970 and that was solved by putting back my GTX 760. Now that Card doing the same thing.

The Display Signal keeps getting lost when playing a game. However those that don’t use 3D work fine, but I had to set Fallout Classic to 1024x768 from 2560x1600 to prevent this. Fallout 2 Classic is doing the same thing with no way to set the Resolution.

I’m about to remove the video card and use the Intel 4600 iGPU on my Haswell i5.

I ended up forcing removing of everything Nvidia and I had to turn off Vulkan in Lutris with Fallout 2 Classic, but it now works.

I bit strange that this Problem occurs with that Game considering that it doesn’t use 3D at all.

But will my Games on Steam now work with the losing the Video Signal? Of course it will be Slowww since…

Sorry I should have mentioned everything I did. I did the Solution here: