I've had the same issue here. I did have gfxpayload=text /boot/grub2/grub.cfg and I
changed all instances from text to keep.
But still, no graphical boot.
So perhaps it's not that simple? :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Oliver"
Sent: Thursday, 15 August, 2013 12:39:45 AM
Subject: Plymouth with Nvidia drivers
I find that Fedora's usual graphical boot splash goes away when I
install the proprietary Nvidia drivers from rpmfusion.org
with a text-based progress-bar.
However, I found that all I needed to do to get back to the graphical
version was to change gfxpayload=text to gfxpayload=keep in the
GRUB2 config. Given that it seems so simple, I wonder why this
isn't the default? Have I just shot myself in the foot in some way
that I'm yet to realise?