Kali Version: 2019.4
Kali installation: Installed on HDD using a USB

My fresh installation of Kali has been crashing after logging in and moving the cursor over any icons on the desktop, some minor artifacts show and the screen turns black/off. It is possible to log in to the root account without any issues, everything will be stable until I start making movements with my mouse and start hovering over icons or folders.

I suspect this to be a problem with my AMD R9 390 GPU, now I want to disable the AMD drivers so I can disconnect my GPU, connect my display directly to the motherboard and boot Kali using the Integrated Intel Graphics (Intel 6700k). This way I can make sure my GPU is the issue here.

I've found the commands for Nvidia drivers, thanks to the following thread: https://forums.kali.org/showthread.p...Optimus-system
apt-get remove --purge nvidia*
rm -rf /etc/X11/xorg.conf

rm -rf /usr/share/gdm/greeter/autostart/optimus.desktop
rm -rf /etc/xdg/autostart/optimus.desktop
Now I wish to achieve the same result but for an AMD GPU, but any information about this is hard to come by.

  1. So far I have allready tried to set in the GRUB menu: .
  2. Changed my default display driver to lightdm
  3. Updated my amd radeon graphics drivers

None of which have showed any result.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!