As the title says, I was just using my system as I normaly would (surfing the web and stuff), and then it suddenly compeltely froze. Not sure if it was the right thing to do, but after waiting a while I turned the system off by holding down the power-button. Now when I try to boot, I get this:
[FAILED] Failed to start Load Kernel Modules. See "systemctl status systemd-modules-load.service" for details
I'm not sure where to locate this file, and I'm pretty certain I won't know what to do with the information contained within it. Also, I'd love some advice for what to do in future situations where my PC just completely freezes. I really like Linux so far, and I'd love to stick around
EDIT: Ok, so it seems that after restarting my computer after the freeze, it tried to boot into the 5.0 kernel for some reason. I do not have that installed, nor have I installed any other kernel at any point. So that was weird, but I fixed it by just booting through the 4.19 kernel.