Nvidia GTX1050 Ti driver problem

If you are running Manjaro, then yes, remove the Arch kernels (both of them), check your /etc/pacman.conf for Arch repository entries and remove them, then reinstall the Manjaro kernels, e.g.

sudo pacman -Rncs linux linux-lts
sudo mhwd-kernel -i linux414 linux416

if you never installed kernels manually with yaourt or installed an AUR package that were asking a specific kernel only available on AUR, it's not possible and @jonathon suggestion about ARCH repository is more probable. or a 3rd party repository

I think this is irreversible :slight_smile:
sudo mhwd-kernel -i linux414

I... don't know what's happened there... :expressionless:

You might be able to recover it from within a chroot.

In GRUB menu go into Advanced options and select a specific NOT-ARCH kernel to boot into, alternatively use 4.14-fallback option.

I am able to run nvidia at the end of the day.
I am writing step by step everything if anyone else looking for same problem.
1- I formatted again (with rufus etc..)
2-I have booted manjaro, login screen show up kinda late.
3-Then when I lock screen, I couldnt unlock, had to reboot again.
4-So I auto install propriatery drivers from Settings-> Manjaro Settings Manager-> Hardware Config.
5-Then I added my username to bumblebee group.( sudo gpasswd -a YourUsername bumblebee)
6-Then I enable bumblebee service via sudo systemctl enable bumblebeed
7-Then I reboot again.
8- Finally, I run the command optirun nvidia-settings -c :8

9- As a last step, I add nv black to default grub,
sudo vi /etc/default/grub

GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="nouveau.modeset=0 nv.modeset=0 modprobe.blacklist=nouveaufb"

sudo update-grub


There is only a single problem remaining
System does not boot if i open up windows first then restart to boot into manjaro
I have to shutdown and start again to boot into it.
last logs of journalctl


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thanks a lot !

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