Unable to install nvidia drivers because aws gcp images appear on /boot

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I'm running Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (an upgrade from 20.04 LTS).

Today, after snap refresh, my additional display stopped working due to nvidia driver issues (system defaulted to non-nvidia driver).

Unforntunately I cannot select any nvidia driver from Software & Updates because some weird kernels like initrd.img-5.19.0-1010-nvidia-lowlatency or initrd.img-5.19.0-1014-nvidia-lowlatency start to occupy my /boot partition. There is no space left on this partition and selecting a driver fails.

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Does this answer your question? [How do I free up more space in /boot?](
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