I’ve downloaded the .run file from NVIDIA’s website for my 3050-Ti-equipped laptop (Lenovo Legion 5).
During the installation, the following warning appeared:
‘Unable to determine the path to install the libglvnd EGL vendor library config files.’
I clicked OK and the installation continued and eventually it said the driver has been installed successfully.
I rebooted the system and now it won’t boot into Fedora, unless I use the Restore boot option for it.
I have two questions:
- How can I remove the driver?
- Is there any benefit to having the driver install for web browsing and a bit of programming? The laptop has an AMD 5800H APU which has its own GPU and, for gaming and CAD, I use Windows anyway.