You can never guess in advance when a program refuses to work. The same goes for the NVIDIA GeForce Experience. The failure of this operator digital entertainment is observed quite often. Fortunately, in most cases, any problems are solved without much difficulty.
Problems with autorun
For a start, it is worth considering the reasons why the system refuses to run the program in a passive mode, as it should do in normal conditions. Usually, the system will forcefully add a process to autoload at every computer start. If this does not happen, then you should understand.
Reason 1: Deleting a task from autoload
The first thing to check out is a lost mechanism for automatically adding the GeForce Experience launch process to autoload. The problem is that this process has a specific protection system because most programs that work with autoloads do not see the GeForce Experience. And, as a result, they often cannot turn it on or off.
There are two ways out. First – still try to check the data for autoload. For example, in CCleaner.
- In the program you need to go to the “Service” section.
- Here you need to go to the subsection “Startup.”
- After selecting this menu item will open lists of all programs that are included immediately after the operating system starts. If the NVIDIA GeForce Experience process is marked here, you should check if it is enabled.
If there is no process, then a complete reinstallation of this software can help.
- To do this, you need to download the latest current drivers from the official NVIDIA website.
Download NVIDIA drivers
Here you will need to fill out the form, indicating the model and series of the video card, as well as the operating system.
- After that, a link to download drivers will be available.
- When you run the downloaded file, you will unpack the materials for installing drivers and software.
- Immediately after this, the installer will automatically start. Here you should select “Custom installation.”
- The user will see the list of components to be installed. It should check whether the check mark is near the GeForce Experience.
- Then you need to put a tick near the point “Clean installation.” This will erase all previous software versions.
After that, you can start the installation. The system will completely update both the software and registry entries. This usually helps remind Windows that it should launch the GF Experience every time it starts.
Reason 2: Virus Activity
Some malware can block the autostart of the GF Experience, either directly or indirectly. So it’s worth checking your computer for viruses and getting rid of them when it is detected.
After that, you need to restart the computer. If the autoload of the program really hurt something, and it was removed, then there should be no problems.
Reason 3: Lack of RAM
Also, the system may simply be too overloaded from the start to launch the GF Experience. In such a situation, failures in startup and other processes can be diagnosed. By the way, most often this problem is observed just on such devices, where many other processes appear in autoload.
The solution here is optimization.
- First, you need to free up as much free space as possible. To do this, you should remove all the garbage on your computer, as well as unnecessary files and programs.
- Then clean the memory. You can take, for example, the same CCleaner.
- Here, in CCleaner, you should go to the autoload section (as was shown earlier).
- It is necessary to disable a maximum of unnecessary processes and scheduled tasks.
- After that, it remains only to restart the computer.
Now everything should work much better, and nothing will interfere automatically with the GeForce Experience.
Also, many users are faced with the fact that they cannot call the GeForce Experience window itself to work with drivers and other important program functions. In this case, individual factors may interfere.
Reason 1: Process Fail
Most often of all, this problem occurs. The system failed to perform a background task, which ensures the efficiency of the program.
The solution, in most cases, is one – restart the computer. Usually, after that, the program starts working as it should.
It is worth adding that there are cases when the failure of the process leads to the fact that the program does not start exactly from the shortcut from the notification panel. In this case, when the user chooses to open the panel of the NVIDIA GeForce Experience, nothing happens.
In such a situation, it is worth trying to make a direct launch of the program from the folder where it is installed. By default on Windows 10 its address is here:
C:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA Corporation\NVIDIA GeForce Experience
Here you should open the NVIDIA GeForce Experience application file.
If the error really was exactly in the launch from the notification panel, everything should work.
Reason 2: Registry problems
It is also often reported that there may be a failure in the registry entries about the work program. The system recognizes the GF Experience as a correctly executed task, whereas it may not be such, and indeed the program may even be absent.
- In such a system, the first step is to check the computer for viruses. Some malware can cause similar problems.
- Next, you should try to repair the registry. For example, you can use the same CCleaner.
- Especially this step can help if the program is really damaged to such an extent that it cannot work on the computer, but in the registry, it is among the executable tasks.
Next is to test the result. If the program does not start, then it is worth making a clean reinstall, as demonstrated above.
Reason 3: Failure of the program
A common failure of certain components important for the GeForce Experience. If none of the above helps, then in most cases it means this particular problem.
Only a complete clean reinstall of the software can help here.
Eliminating the error “Something went wrong …”
One of the common situations that users have is an error with vague content: “Something went wrong. Try restarting the GeForce Experience. ” Or similar text in English: “ Something went wrong. Try restarting GeForce Experience. ” .
To fix it, you will need to work with Windows services:
- Press the key combination Win + R, enter services.msc and click “OK.”
- In the list of opened services, open the NVIDIA Telemetry Container, right-click to open the context menu and select Properties.
- Switch to the “Login” tab and in the section with the same name activate the “With system account” item.
- Now, on the “General” tab , set the startup type to “Automatic” and click “Start” if the service was not active. Click “Apply” .
- Additionally, setting up the NVIDIA Display Container LS service can help. Open it the same way, through the “Properties.”
- Set the startup type to “Automatic” and apply the change
- For some users, even after configuring and enabling services, the launch of the GeForce Experience may fail. Therefore, you will need to include another one – it is called “Windows Management Toolkit.”
- Already described earlier, open the “Properties” of the service, set the startup type to “Automatic,” transfer the status to “Start,” save the settings.
- To be sure, restart your computer and try running the GeForce Experience.
As you can conclude, the failure of the GeForce Experience almost always means certain problems in the operation of the operating system, so you can never ignore this moment. You should perform a full inspection, cleaning, and optimization of the computer.
We must not forget that this program is primarily responsible for the performance and maintenance of such an important component as a video card, so you should treat this with all care.
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