Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS takes 30+ seconds to launch and has weird display issues while launching
When launching Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS, it takes 30+ seconds to launch properly. It will create a window almost immediately but has weird rendering issues (the window is invisible but if you drag another window across it will create "trails" of the window that was dragged across, like it used to on older versions of windows when something would crash). If I take a screen recording on the laptop it just shows a black screen the whole time until it renders properly. I can still re-size and move the window around while its in this state.
Edit to add: If I open a new window while chrome is still running it opens fine, but if I close Chrome and re-open it, it goes through the whole loading issue.
So far I have tried disabling
GPU Rasterization in Chrome settings as well as hardware acceleration. If I turn these off Chrome will never render properly. I have also tried checking for updates, un-installing and re-installing Chrome. From what I have read so far it seems like it might be an issue with the Nvidia card/drivers.
I'm running it on a dual-booted Dell XPS-15 1920, with 32 GB ram, i7-12700H, and an Nvidia 3050 Ti mobile.
Anyone have suggestions before I just try re-installing Ubuntu?
Video of screen