Hello everyone. I've tried to solve this problem, but I can not do it alone, so I'm trying to solve it here. In a nutshell, my notebook has two dedicated graphics hardware: one, small, a integrated Intel (with a small power and low power consumption) and another, a big, dedicated AMD (with greater power and higher power consumption). This second AMD hardware has some problem, and I can not use it. So in Windows (I have the dualboot), I managed to "not install", not use, that second piece of hardware. But in linux I only have a partial success. When I do a new installation of Kaos, I need to put the AMD drivers blacklisted (in grub) just to run the graphical environment and complete the installation. But when I try to upgrade the new system, the Linux kernel recognizes AMD hardware and installs something - I do not know what - that breaks my system. Even if I write, in the grub: "modprobe.blacklist=amdgpu,radeon", blacklisting the AMD drivers. So, after this update, I can never start a graphical environment.
Here is my hardware: https://ptpb.pw/2S2R
I appreciatte any help