Hi, all. I'm very new to Linux, after using Windows since Age 4, I've migrated to Zorin last year, but had to go back to Windows for a few reasons, my PC isn't powerful enough to dual boot, so I had to pick one or the other. Well today I finally decided to permanently make the switch to Linux. I had installed Zorin 3 times before, including once just a couple days back, installing the Lite Edition on an old laptop, which is what I'm using to post this.
Anyways, the installation went off without a hitch, but when I booted it up, I was greeted by a series of errors.
Afterwards, it would hang on a black screen with a small horizontal line in the very top left, flashing, as if I could type.
I did some digging on previous topics and I think this might be a kernel related issue. I went into Advanced Zorin Settings and selected an earlier version, and I could boot into that, but my display was locked into 4:3 and my other monitor wouldn't be recognized, and when I restarted, it sent me back to the same errors. I re-downloaded and reinstalled the OS three times from the site, and I keep getting the same exact error. I've verified my flash drives and hard drives are good.
These are my computer specs:
NVIDIA RTX 3060 TI
64 GB DDR4 RAM
MSI H110M PRO-VD (MS-7996) Motherboard (Drivers Fully Updated)
One 500 GB SSD (for the operating system)
One 6 TB HDD (for my miscellaneous files, games, pictures, music, etc)
and a 500W PSU.
I've been fairly frustrated, and I do not wish to go back to standard, or Lite Pro on this PC. I will if I have to, but I would prefer not to. I genuinely love this operating system, and it feels amazing to use. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you all in advance <3