If the Geforce Experience app is giving you a bad day, you are at the right place for a fix. The app has been acting weird for many users. Read this article to learn how to fix your broken Geforce Experience app.
The Geforce Experience app supports your GeForce GTX graphics card and makes the overall experience better for you. It is a fully equipped app offering many features to help make the most out of your graphics card. The app makes sure that your drivers are up to date. It automatically optimizes your games and also includes support for sharing your gaming moments with people. Missing out on such features while owning a Geforce card will be a loss. We are here to fix the issues with your Geforce Experience app.
How to fix Geforce Experience app issues?
Generally, the Geforce Experience app encounters issues with loading times. Users have complained about the app taking an unbearably long time to load. There are two fixes you can try.
This fix is an old one but working for many.
- Update your Windows to the latest version. This is a crucial step. If you can’t update your OS, visit this link to update your Windows using an official tool manually.
- Then, press ALT+CTRL+DEL.
- Select Task Manager. Look for the Geforce Experience app and make sure it’s NOT running hence shouldn’t be present in the list.
- Click on services.
- Find CryptSvc (Cryptographic Services). Right-click on that and click on Stop.
- Start the GeForce Experience app.
This should temporarily kick-start your app. However, for a more permanent fix, try this. Follow the steps from this video tutorial over here. This fixes all issues related to your Chrome Browser, which is one of the causes of issues with your Geforce app. If you are still facing errors, do this.
Make sure you perform the steps from the video tutorial before you try these.
- Stop CrptSvc from Task Manager as shown before.
- Then open Run Window by pressing Windows+R, type in regedit, and press enter. The Registry Editor window will open.
- Go to the Edit Tab and select Permissions…
- You will see a pop-up.
- Select the account which you are using and enable/allow full control. Click Apply, then click OK.
- Then, delete the Root folder again after checking the permissions
- Restart your computer.
That’s it, your Geforce Experience app should be running by now!
If the first fix didn’t work for you, here’s another solution you can try. Note that this process will be a bit time-consuming.
- Visit this link to download the Windows ISO file and the media creation tool as well.
- Run the Media Creation tool.
- Select the option “Create Installation Media (USB Flash Drive, DVD or ISO file) for another PC“.
- Then continue with the process by choosing your language, edition, and architecture (32 bit or 64 bit).
- This will take some time as Windows will be downloaded online.
- Next, you will be prompted to choose options. Choose to create an ISO file and select where it will save to.
- Right-click and “mount” the file on your computer to a virtual drive after the above download has been completed.
- Make sure you choose the option Keep all apps and files; otherwise, the process will wipe your computer clean.
- It will take an hour or so to step up, and once done, you will be good to go.
- Next, uninstall the Geforce Experience app, restart your computer and then reinstall it.
- That’s it, your app should start working!
If none of the above fixes work, contact NVIDIA’s support from here and let them know the details to solve the issue for you.