SOLUTION: Install optimus-manager in the guide of the solution
Hi, Im new to this forum and i have a really basic knowledge of GNU/Linux
I installed Manjaro GNOME because i find AUR really cool and because i wanted to try an Arch Linux based distro and I have a problem, the video-hybrid-intel-nvidia-bumblebee driver doesnt work. No matter how hard i try to find on google and to reinstall without success the drivers still wont work. If i open nvidia-settings it doesnt work but by opening via terminal it reveals that it doesnt load the drivers. nvidia-smi says that it cannot communicate with the drivers. If u wonder Im running Manjaro Linux GNOME on Wayland(also on xorg the drivers still wont work and it stucks with 960x540 and i cannot change resolution while in Wayland it runs on the native resolution) and on the 5.8 kernel and the laptop haves:
CPU: I3-4005U @ 1.7Ghz
GPU: NVIDIA 920M
RAM: 4GB DDR3
And its an ASUS Laptop if u need the exact model i’ll edit the post
Native resolution: 1366x768
Thanks in advance!
P.S: on Google Meet i cannot share my screen.
Thank you @pobrn @sawdoctor for helping me. Now when I switch to nvidia i see the graphics card in the gnome settings. Thanks again, I was banging my head in the wall trying to fix this. Also now I tested Google Meet for the screen sharing and it works like a charm. Thanks, really!