Like any other entertainment device, NVIDIA too is prone to errors. To make smart use of NVIDIA we know certain best NVIDIA Shield TV tips and tricks but today we will know about how we can fix the Geforce Experience Unable to Connect to NVIDIA error.
We noticed that when users upgrade their Windows OS of version 7 and above, this problem starts to appear. With this error, you can’t play games on your NVIDIA which makes this equipment dull and dead.
So, we found three best possible solutions to fix this problem and thus you can start enjoying those games on your NVIDIA Shield once again.
Solution #1: Geforce Experience Unable to Connect to NVIDIA
This most common problem NVIDIA is experiencing has the simplest of methods to solve it.
Step #1. First of all, Go to C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation\NetService\ and find NSManagedTasks.xml file that is the main culprit, so Delete it.
Step #2. Now, Launch the task manager by CTRL+ALT+DELETE simultaneously.
Step #3. Next, Find NVNetworkService.exe and kill the process and also tick the box against ‘Show process from all users’ option when you find it.
Step #4. Press Win+R and paste ‘services.msc’ in the Run command window and then click on Enter.
Step #5. Now, you have a new window on your computer screen, and you have ‘NVIDIA Network Service’ on the list. Right click on the option and your will have the list, and you need to click on ‘Start’ option.
Step #6. Now, your GeForce Experience tool is running. Close the window and open it again, it will get error free update.
Solution #2: Unable to Connect to NVIDIA Problem
Step #1. Go to http://www.geforce.com/drivers and Click on the first option ‘Automatic Driver Updates’
Note: When you uninstall Geforce, uninstall it manually.
Solution #3: Advanced Method
This process needs expertise, and hence we advise you not to follow this method blindly if you don’t know the process of changing the hosts or IP address.
Step #1. Go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc and open the host in Notepad.
Step #2. Create a backup copy of available text before editing it.
Step #3. Change the “0.0.0.0” to “127.0.0.1” or remove “x.x.x.x” localhost.
If you can’t edit it, then just copy paste it in some other place and edit it there only and then paste it back.
Step #4. Try to open and update GeForce again, and we believe it should work.
We feel that one of the above solutions should work for you to get rid of the error unable to connect NVIDIA. Tell us which trick used to work for you?