Usb not working at all and shutdowns freeze completely

I recently installed endeavouros on my laptop and it worked nicely after the installation until recently when I did some updates. After updating my usb mouse doesn’t work and doing lsusb just freezes without any output.

Also when shutting down the system says it has reached the target but it keeps running waiting for systemd-udevd. I don’t know if the system would shut down successfully but even after waiting a fairly long time it seems to just completely freeze.

The exact output I’m getting after [ok] reached target system power off is

[4610.40] systemd-shutdown[1]: Waiting for process: systemd-udevd, systemd-udevd
[4700.49] systemd-shutdown[1]: Waiting for process: systemd-udevd
[3790.59] shutdown[1]: Waiting for process: systemd-udevd

welcome here . . .
I feel sorry to see you have such a bad issue.
But without getting some more information it is impossible to help here:

At least some hardware information, Desktop Environment used and in the best case a journal kernel log.

lspci > log.txt && lsusb >> log.txt && journalctl -b -0 >> log.txt && cat log.txt | eos-sendlog

If system does not boot o4r boot and is not usable you can always boot from LiveISO and use arch-chroot to get into installed system:


Legacy Bios/mbr:

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