RTX 6000 driver install GPU not supported

I downloaded driver from here:

and got NVIDIA GPU not supported message.

sudo ./NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-535.146.02.run

I installed sudo apt install nvidia-driver-535

vidia-smi
NVIDIA-SMI has failed because it couldn’t communicate with the NVIDIA driver.
Make sure that the latest NVIDIA driver is installed and running.

I tried turning off Xorg server but I can’t because that is my console display and my screen goes blank.

nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (104.8 KB)
nvidia-installer.log (1.2 KB)

Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS
RTX 6000
Mesa Intel UHD graphics

I even logged in using ssh
ran
sudo service gdm stop
sudo init 3
to stop Xorg
I still got the same message when running the installer!

I resorted to making a Windows USB installer and formatted the drives with NTFS. That way the Ubuntu USB installer would reformat again for a truly fresh install. Still the same result, even when stopping Xorg and using a shell to install.

This computer originally had Windows 10 installed and was using the RTX 6000 as the primary windows desktop display using the display port 1.4 on the RTX 6000 as the primary display.

I’m not an expert in NVidia onboard firmware, but perhaps something onboard was programmed with some version. Then when I use the NVidia LINUX driver installer, it thinks that the board isn’t compatible.

Does the RTX 6000 need a “First Birthday” factory reset to allow the Linux installer to see compatibility?

Please see my comment on the other thread.