Google Cloud - RTX Virtual Workstation Setup Failed - Ubuntu 22.04

Upon using the appropriate marketplace deployment script with the only components changed being selecting the T4 GPU and ticking to enabled Nvidia grid, the instance failed to launch appropriately (see below). I’m hoping someone here may be able to help.

Many thanks,

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NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation (vWS) is an optimized software environment that requires the
latest NVIDIA drivers to operate. If you do not download the NVIDIA vGPU drivers at
this time, your instance will shut down. Would you like to download the latest
NVIDIA vGPU drivers so vWS can finish installing? (Y/n)
chmod: cannot access '/etc/nvidia/': No such file or directory
......................Installing NVIDIA vGPU Driver........................
[sudo] password for elliotthughdyson: 
sudo: /etc/nvidia/ command not found
Error! Could not find module source directory.
Directory: /usr/src/nvidia-550.54.14 does not exist.
==============NVIDIA vGPU Driver installation failed. Contact Support=================