Apparently Ubuntu and NVIDIA graphics cards don't get along. This is because I have received a multitude of issues while trying to install and use my NVIDIA GTX 750Ti graphics card.
I cannot get the monitor plugged into my graphics card, to display anything that looks like a GUI. This has lead me to attempt to install a graphics driver, which has lead to several other problems.
Every time I attempt to install a driver, it has either done nothing (I still can't plug my monitor into the graphics card) or it has broken my install to the point where I have to reinstall Ubuntu from a bootable USB
A terminal installation is preferred, because my MadCatz gaming mouse doesn't work correctly, and every time I fix it, something deletes/renames/clears the
xorg.conf in X11.
Also, the way I have been able to see Ubuntu, is using a second monitor that is plugged into the motherboard, and by switching the main monitor between the graphics card and the motherboard