I recently bought a Lenovo Y510P which comes with a SLI of NVIDIA GT750M.
I managed to install Ubuntu 13.04 on my UEFI system by simply downloading the correct .iso, disabling secure boot and removing my second graphics card from the ultrabay. So, Ubuntu has installed itself with
nouveau drivers, since it's using the integrated Intel HD4600, which can't be disabled or enabled by the BIOS. Since here, everything's fine, I can boot into lightdm and work.
Now I want to use my full SLI configuration, or at least I don't want to physically remove my second graphics card from the laptop, so I installed the
nvidia-current package from the repository.
Now the system freezes after this kernel message
* Starting LightDM Display Manager [OK]
And I can't even switch to tty1 to 12.
I tried removing
quiet splash from the boot entry, adding
nomodeset=1 but nothing changed.
Is there any way to get it to work?