Ubuntu 19.10 cannot start gnome session [closed]

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I accidentally pressed CTRL+ALT+F4 while running GNOME session. That redirected me to TTY terminal and when I tried to return to my GUI via CTRL+ALT+F7 (and CTRL+ALT+F1) I saw only black screen without any vital signs of GNOME.
After that, when I reboot system I got this message.
I also tried to restart gdm3 and systemd-logind via sudo systemctl restart gdm3 and sudo systemctl restart systemd-logind. It gave me one and two.
Does anyone have an idea how to return GUI?

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