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^^ I installed xanmod and cant seem to get rid of it (it doesnt work with official nvidia drivers), i tried everything I knew to switch back to the default but it didn't work.

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Type in terminal :

sudo - i

Provide your password to become a root. Then type in terminal:

dpkg -l | grep linux-image

This will list all installed kernels.

To remove unwanted kernel type in terminal:

apt remove linux-image-number of the kernel you want to remove

Or eventually something like

apt remove 5.7.2-xanmod1

Or

apt remove linux-xanmod

This I think should work.

Then type:

sudo update-grub

To update grub.

Additionally install grub customizer. Link: how to install grub customizer

And select which kernel should be loaded as first.

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