Reinstalling them isn't going to do anything. I can't read your mind, please describe EXACTLY what you did. EVERYTHING. Including where you got the commands you ran from or how you installed them in general.
At first i tried to install the drivers from the nvidia script (from their official website) and it complained about the open-source drivers being installed. I then had to "try" to uninstall the open-source drivers. I didn't try.
I later went into the Garuda Hardware Manager to install the proprietary drivers and the hardware manager complained about conflicts with "nvidia-something-470xx". So i went in and manually deleted the conflicts since I wanted the drivers installed. Then after it "installed" without errors it now doesn't work. Just a black screen when i boot the machine.
It DOES load, but no GPU drivers load. I can SSH into the machine, I can SOMETIMES get into "text-only mode".
Uhm... are you sure you didn't have them installed already? It's time to boot and restore a snapshot.
After that you HAVE to post your garuda-inxi. Again, I'm.not.a.mind.reader. You HAVE to provide the info in the template. Open Garuda Assistant, go to the "System Specs" tab, click "copy for forum" and then post it here.
Welp, I'm not close to that machine's monitor right now. But I'm pretty sure I had the open-source drivers since the garuda hardware manager told me I had. And the Nvidia script told me i had and then had to uninstall the open-source drivers.
And since I don't have access to a gui, it's kind of hard to send the system specs from Garuda Assistant.
And I don't know how smart it is to get a snapshot since it's hosting a few servers that people play on, I'd assume they'd get mad if i reset their games by 3 days now.