I have a problem with Nvidia drivers on my ZBook Studio G5 x360 laptop running an Nvidia Quadro P1000 card.
I dual boot Windows and Ubuntu 18.04. Windows drivers work perfectly, but:
After installing Nvidia drivers, I first had a problem of being stuck in a login loop, but I solved it by adding a “nomodeset” option in grub Linux boot settings.
Now, every time I install ANY Nvidia driver (tried 435, 430, 390), through any means (Ubuntu’s proprietary drivers selection Software & Updates -> Additional drivers; as well as manually - adding the graphics ppa repository) in Ubuntu, the system completely freezes after a few minutes of being booted, requiring a hard-restart. This happens consistently after every boot.
The way to counteract this is to boot up and quickly go to Software & Updates -> Additional drivers and revert back to default Nouveau graphics drivers. When reverted, the system does not freeze anymore.
I am not sure what log files I could provide, please tell me if I can provide anything to help me solve this.