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Please try sudo update-initramfs -u.
In /var/log/Xorg.0.log you can see tha the nvidia kernel module can not be loaded. Something is going on with the nvidia module. You can send the contents of /var/log/kern.log?
If your HDD allows, you can try to do it this way: First write uncompressed file: ffmpeg -f x11grab -s SZ -r 30 -i :0.0 -qscale 0 -vcodec huffyuv grab.avi here SZ is your display size (e.g. 1920x1080). After that you can compress it at any time you want: ffmpeg -i grab.avi grab.mkv Of course, you can change compression, select codec and so on.
I'm not sure exactly what your problem is. But, when you boot next time, get into BIOS configuration and check up your "Secure boot" option. I'm guessing it is "disabled". If it is, then enable it. Reboot and see what will happens. If this doesn't help, then I will be here for you until it is done.
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