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I installed the Nvidia driver using Ubuntu method (Addition drivers tab under software & updates). It works great so far, but every time Elementary updates kernel system would not boot up. The only way is to boot the previous kernel version, uninstall Nvidia. Boot the current kernel and install Nvidia again. This is a strange behavior omho. My previous distro was OpenSuSE and it never had a problem like that. Does anyone know what to do to fix this?

Thanks.

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Make a backup and then re-install elementary OS. That fixed it for me.

Don't use "software update".

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First, you should removed everything related with nvidia

sudo apt-get remove bumblebee (if installed)
sudo apt-get remove nvidia*

And add the ppa

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa
sudo apt update

List the drivers and install them you should turn the secure boot in BIOS

sudo ubuntu-drivers list
sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall

Now you will see the "PRIME Profiles" section in nvidia-settings screen. you can select Intel or nvidia.

reboot or log out and login in.

If you want a software to manage your GPU,then installing primus with:

sudo apt-get install primus

With primus, bumblebee is also installed.

Next, edit /etc/bumblebee/bumblebee.conf

driver=nvidia
KernelDriver=nvidia-367
LibraryPath=/usr/lib/nvidia-367:/usr/lib32/nvidia-367
XorgModulePath=/usr/lib/nvidia-367/xorg,/usr/lib/xorg/modules

NOTE: nvidia-367 is your version, you should change the numbers for your nvidia driver version

Reboot

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