Well not quite the command you wrote, but I take it as just an indication
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sudo envy --uninstall-all
I don't get how far you can boot but it is also possible to boot (in recovery mode or safe mode or normal) and edit
Change the driver to vesa (In Section Device)
It could look something like this (which is for ATI)
Identifier "Configured Video Device"
Option "VideoOverlay" "on"
Option "OpenGLOverlay" "off"
Comment out (put an # first on the line) any option and change driver to vesa and you are able to boot
Sloppy graphics but you can use the computer
Then delete (or rename) any nvidia files in home and uninstall nvidia-settings
Check synaptics to see if the nvidia driver is installed ok (of course no guarantee that it really is)
Change driver to nvidia and restart X (Ctrl+Alt+backspace)
When you know what happens we can continue, but lets hope it works