Yes, add the kernel parameter to the /etc/default/grub file
It should be an option in your bootloader, just search "Grub kernel parameters" or whatever bootloader you're using. I would use this guide....
That's the same model I own. Try using this kernel parameter.
That fixed it. Thanks
I can't get it working without SLI right now
My laptop has SLI. I didn't think that mattered.
I wiped the root partition, then used these commands:
pacstrap -i /mnt base (Reboot)
pacman -S kde nvidia
systemctl start kdm.service
I still get the same result.
The result is VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GK107M [GeForce GT 750M] (rev a1)
I've been attempting to resolve this issue for days, with no success. I'm fairly new to linux. I don't know anything about reinstalling the kernel...
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