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1)Get to the blank screen 2) Alt + F2 for a shell 3) su 4) akmods --force 5) reboot

That didn't work for me since I couldn't access the virtual console.

What worked was: 1. At the boot screen, where you choose kernels, press "e". 2. From the line starting with linuxefi eliminate all references to nouveau. 3. For me, these arguments are:


4. Press Ctrl+X. Now you should be able to access the virtual console by pressing Ctrl+Alt+F1/F2. 5. Login with your user and type:

sudo akmods # note the fact that some modules weren't built correctly
sudo akmods --force

That should be it.