MaddogF16 wrote:Just on the info side, there's a difference of updating with the graphical updater provided by Mint and using apt-get. The graphical is set to only update packages based on a numbering system that determines the level of possible risk to your install, where as apt-get just finds all updates whether risky or not. A kernel update is always a risk and takes lots of testing by the MInt devs to ever become a level 3 or lower risk.
That being said, have you tried booting into the safe boot option for the .38 kernel? You may need to go the vga=vesa boot cheat to get to a desktop where you can work on the driver issue. I was lucky and run the .38 kernel with nvidia drivers and don't have an issue.
When the kernel package was installing did you expand the terminal window to watch for any errors as it built the module for the kernel? I always open the terminal window to watch for any errors when I install packages.
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