okay so im not sure how to ask this question or what info to provide so please bear with me.
when i use hardware acceleration in browsers their performance is very slow or to the point it actually lags, worst of it being that i can barely resize a chromium browser like vivaldi without it almost hanging up.
since im not sure what info to provide here is some mroe general stuff:
OS: EndeavourOS Linux x86_64
CPU: Intel i5-8400 (6) @ 4.000GHz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
GPU: Intel UHD Graphics 630
Memory: 5347MiB / 23917MiB
if there is any other needed i apoligze if i wasnt providing it porperly
I would recommend you to uninstall everything related to nvidia, bumblebee, bbswitch and follow the guide over there (optimus-manager).
I think that is the best way to get things working.
But this one doesn’t work with wayland. You need to use X11.
Uninstall optimus-manager and try to reboot. If you’re left with a black screen take a look with inxi -G to find out which graphics driver powers your nvidia card right now. You might have to switch to a different Terminal using <Strg>+<Alt>+<F2> and then login.Going back to graphical Environment works with <Strg>+<Alt>+<F1>
Try to boot with kernel parameter nomodeset.
Press ‘e’ as soon as the boot menu appears and just add it at the end of the line starting with ‘linux’. The line should look similar to this one : quiet resume=UUID=36d5374c-9424-4a99-97da-e74799f8e2e1 loglevel=3 nowatchdog verbose nomodeset
Then press <Strg>+<x>. Your resolution might be a little off after that. But this will be temporary.
Install nvidia-installer and check if your card is supported by one of the drivers by executing nvidia-installer-check.
If it is supported install the driver installing nvidia-installer-dkms and execute it.
Then reboot without nomodeset.
after using " `nvidia-installer-dkms"
i was able to boot again, curiously enough i also got a notif saying im running without hardware acceleration, what may i have to do now?
sorry for trouboling you so much