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Reinstall the nvidia driver or select an older kernel at startup that does have the nvidia driver installed or install nouveau or nvidia using apt-get. See this other answer for more info on what may be causing the issue. You probably need to install dkms and then reinstall the nvidia driver. When you update the kernel, the manually installed version of ...


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As per request in the comments, here are what I think are the relevant steps to solving the issue: Since Ctrl-Alt-F1 is the only thing that works, do that. You might be able to open a terminal via a shortcut or something, but I recommend doing all fixing there. 1) Try restarting gnome shell with gnome-shell -r 2) if gnome-shell is not installed, ...


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One thing you can to do to begin troubleshooting is disable the quiet splash boot options. See this answer: http://askubuntu.com/a/477828/366932 Once you do this, you'll see system messages fly past as the system boots. When things freeze, take a look at the last few lines displayed -- that will hopefully give you some hint about where things are going ...



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