No Display Output when NVIDIA Driver Installed - Ubuntu 22.04.2

Good morning,
I have been struggling now for over a week to install the NVIDIA drivers on my UBUNTU system.

VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation TU106M [GeForce RTX 2060 Mobile] (rev a1)
Linux: 5.19.0-43-generic #44~22.04.1-Ubuntu SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

I went to the nvidia website to look for the latest supported driver, which would be:
|Version: |535.54.03|
|Release Date: |2023.6.14 |

I have installed it via the .run package i downloaded, I also installed this package via the ‘Additional Drivers’ section in the ‘Software Updates’ section on my Ubuntu system.

Sadly, all of the different ways i tried installing them, and and all of the multiple different driver versions I tried, all lead to a black screen when I reboot my PC.

The only one that works is the xorg-nouveau drivers, but this is ofcourse not good enough for me.

I would really appreciate a bit of help here as i have been trying to make this work for a while now and i would like to take full advantage of my GPU.

Many thanks for the support!

Please run as root and attach the resulting nvidia-bug-report.log.gz file to your post.

nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (122.5 KB)

Here you go, many thanks for your assistance in this :) !

Looks like you tried to install an outdated 460 driver from runfile, please uninstall it by running it again with --uninstall option, then install the driver from repo, e.g.
sudo apt install nvidia-driver-530

Good morning,
I wish it was that easy. I tried it like many times before and it gets stuck at a black screen when booting.
Please find attached the new bug report.

nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (112.3 KB)

@generix any luck here? because i really don’t know how to get it done…

@njuffa would appreciate if you can find what is wrong here :)

Sorry, I don’t do Ubuntu.

Are there rational reasons for this bias? Two, in my thinking: (1) Built by the “think different” portion of the Linux community: various things work slightly different than with other distros, for no good reason in my perception (2) Seems to give rise to more problems reported on the internet than any other distro, even taking into account market share.

I am also having the same issues. I’ve been spending days on trying to get drivers to work but just end up with a black screen when booting. gonna start trying other linux distros i guess.