Okay, thank you for your responses. I don’t have a 5.8 kernel version installed right now. The stock kernel on my distribution is 5.4.0-65 at the moment, and I’ve got a 5.4.0-26 installed as well from when I first put this OS on my laptop. I wouldn’t mind using the 460.39 version, but I wasn’t able to get it working. It said that nvidia-drm and I think something else too failed to install. This is probably because I didn’t properly uninstall the driver that I had installed beforehand, but I’m not certain. I’m going to boot a 5.8 kernel and see if I’ll be able to use my GPU with that. I’m wondering if installing 3rd-party mesa drivers for my iGPU is the reason why I’m having issues now. This started when I switched a setting in ‘nvidia-settings’ from “nvidia” to "on-demand’, and I’m wondering if the reason it broke things is because the nvidia driver didn’t know how to deal with the stuff from that ppa. I’m going to try purging that ppa and then reinstalling the nvidia driver if things still aren’t working with that 5.8 kernel. So I want to ask this: if I wanted to completely uninstall the nvidia driver I’ve got now, would something like ‘sudo apt remove --purge nvidia* libnvidia*’ be sufficient?