This works for me, pointing that i have Nvidia 960
Download and install Kernel 4.0 Packages from
In my case for x64
and install the new kernel
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-4.*.deb linux-image-4.*.deb
And Nvidia last drivers from it official website (you will download as a script i think, so you will have to give it execute permissions with chmod +x)
Step 2 Uninstall nvidia's and nouveau's drivers
For get no errors, i did it in recovery mode, in a console as root, you will need reading and writing permissions
mount -o remount,rw /
For some reason when i did that the first time, comand return me an "error", the second time i wrote the sentence, it worked.
once i got reading/writting permissions i proceeded to uninstall all drivers
apt-get remove --purge nvidia*
apt-get remove --purge xserver-xorg-video-nouveau*
and install the executable file that you downloaded from nvidia offical website, i will put my file name.
This way now i can access to TTY console, see the elementary logo and Graphical environtment in full resolution.
But ... the elementary logo looks pixelated, TTY in 600x400 so ...
In my case for some reason i couldn't install rEFInd as user Suici Doga recommend. So i did manually editing /etc/defaul/grub
sudo nano /etc/default/grub
GRUB_GFXMODE=1920x1080 # not "auto"
then updating grub
I read that is important to know what resolutions your monitor and grub support before to editing the grub file, you can do it with hwinfo ... i couldn't install it, i think it was because i spent many hours trying to find de complete solution (you know trial and error).
Thanks to user Suici Doga for his help!