I didn’t do anything actually, I’m currently using a live USB.
In the picture I provided, it’s actually a normal boot,
nomodeset still works, so I’m assuming the graphics card driver is the one that causes this issue, I even tried reinstalling it like I did the last time this happens too and it fixed the issue, but this current issue I think is different from the last time.
I tried to reproduce the issue again but currently, it’s just stuck to the boot selection, unlike the one picture I provided above.
Is this the right way to disable CUPs?
systemctl stop cups
systemctl stop cups-browsed
systemctl disable cups
systemctl disable cups-browsed
I’ll try to repair it with
fsck, and if you think it’s an issue regarding the grub, I’ll try it too and update you if it doesn’t work
As I stated above, I updated the driver with the following commands:
sudo apt remove nvidia*
sudo apt autoremove
sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall
This solution works from the first issue encounter.