Just installed openSUSE on a laptop alongside windows 10. After GRUB I get the text in the screenshot it boots to a blank sceen.
I suspect it might have to do with the laptop having a intel gpu and a nvidia gpu but I have no evidence of that.
Then you should see something like the entry below. Navigate to the appropriate boot line (using arrow keys) and type “nomodeset” (no quotes - no underscore). I have typed ‘nomodeset’ in the example below:
That will disable the automatic kernel modesetting of the graphic driver and a more primative basic driver will load. But it will hopefully get one into an X-window desktop (KDE or whatever) and once there one can then use GUI tools to help load a more functional graphic driver version (if that is indeed the problem).