I tried the following: 1 uninstalling and reinstalling the latest version, nothing it doesn't run. If you have graphics or driver issues, one of the most common fixes is a clean uninstall and removal of your graphics drivers. Method 4: Disable your Antivirus Software Some of the antivirus programs have been known to interfere with the operations of GeForce Experience which results in poor user experience. Method 4: Check for Windows Updates If your Windows is old, it may cause you not be able to use GeForce Experience. You may be able to see why it's failing. Try Restarting the GeForce Experience Service Alternately, on encountering the GeForce Experience not working, you may try restarting the service.
Double-click the option and set the Startup type to Automatic. Visit the for further instructions. If you're coming from the original GeForce Experience, download and run the GeForce Experience Beta installer from. So i scanned again and there it was; the text message telling me to restart. Believe it or not I think the 'run as administrator' is still necessary even though my account is of the administrator type.
Now, open the Nvidia GeForce Experience application and check if it is working well. Hopefully it should continue to work as it should. Just a thought may or may not help. I solved mine by: 1. Also, try to restart the windows and then try to open it. You can fix it through reinstalling your GeForce Experience: 1 Type feature in the search box from Start.
Hopefully it should continue to work as it should. We've also made it hassle-free by remembering your preferences so you don't have to re-apply the filter the next time you play. Try Disabling Antivirus If the GeForce Experience is still not working, then you may try disabling the shields of the antivirus temporarily and check if the application is interfering with the operations of the GeForce Experience. Bottom Line The quickest way you would be able to get rid of this error is to log onto the local system account for Nvidia Telemetry Container. You can fix it through reinstalling your GeForce Experience: 1 Type feature in the search box from Start. Now everything is working fine.
You sir are a god amongst men! Originally posted by :Or even better, just update your drivers manually and don't install GeForce Experience at all. Check to see if your anti-virus or firewall software is preventing local connections. In this video we will see how to fix Something went wrong Try restarting GeForce Experience on your pc. And, I installed about 50 updates to Windows from Microsoft today. Immediately, I tried again and got that same error message.
There is bug that still exists with the Geforce Experience application and it is pretty hard to fix if the user does not have much idea about troubleshooting. I had the same thing happen to me earlier this week we've had two GeForce driver updates this week, just got another one this morning. If you find that changing the compatibility mode has not worked, you may wish to switch back to the previous settings and try out the other solutions. Download the latest version of the driver from the search results, then install it. It's really sad that Nvidia does not have a real Removal Tool. Hold the Windows key and press R to open the Run dialog box. Once done, visit the official and download the latest version of GeForce Experience.
Now everything is working fine. If so, can it be solved? Im sorry but ive never used event viewer, how do I use it? Then I update the drivers. Hold Windows logo key + X together to open the Start Menu. Once done, open GeForce Experience to confirm it opens up this time. Since last weekend I have a new gaming rig.
I don't use the true administrator account. Oh, and this was for the most recent 2. I try that, but backend pops back up, any suggestions? So I did what the admirable suggested: uninstalled GeForce Experience using Revo Installer, then downloaded and reinstalled the latest GeForce Experience version 3. Log onto Nvidia Telemetry Container The first thing you need to do is to log onto the local system account for Nvidia Telemetry Container. Now, you may wish to check if the application is opening.
It refuses to run for me, it used to work in the past but a few weeks ago it refuses to run. Now try to open Geforce Experience. If you are still getting this problem GeForce Experience error,nvidia geforce stopped working,nvidia driver not working try removing and reinstalling Geforce Experience or update it to latest version if you are on Geforce Experience old version you may have to login to geforce account again. Very weird Your answers are well appreciated! Now everything is working fine. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers. Sometimes we get to fancy for our own good. I'm just very curious what happens when I double click on it, I can't see any response from it what so ever.