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Something Went Wrong Try Restarting GeForce Experience Fix 2018

There is denying to to fact that Nvidia’s Geforce Experience application often bring bugs after updates. Some get fixed very easily but some tend to give users a hard time. 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. In this bug you will get a message prompt every time you try to launch Geforce Experience,”Something went wrong. Try restarting GeForce Experience”, and the application will just close. There are plenty of fixes that you can try and we are sure that one of these will definitely work for you. Here is how you can fix the Something Went Wrong Try Restarting GeForce Experience bug:

Something Went Wrong Try Restarting GeForce Experience Fix 2018

Roll back to previous version

If you are witnessing the bug with your present version of the Geforce Experience application then try uninstalling it and download an older version. You can check out and download various versions of  Geforce Experience from here.

Uninstall Drivers

Try uninstalling your Nvidia drivers from “Add or remove programs” option.

  • Type “Add or remove programs” on your Windows 10 search bar
  • Click on the first search result
  • Look for all the programs that has Nvidia written on it or has the Nvidia logo on it and uninstall them
  • Then download all the latest drivers from here and re-install everything.

Advanced Method #1

  • Go to your Windows search bar
  • Type Services and click on the top search result
  • Locate Nvidia Telemetry Container from the list
  • Right click on it and click on Properties
  • Click on the Log on tab
  • Click on Local System Account
  • Click Apply
  • Right click on Nvidia Telemetry Container again
  • Click on Start if it is not running already

You are good to go! Now try to open Geforce Experience.

Advanced Method #2

  • Go to your Windows search bar
  • Type Services and click on the top search result
  • Locate Nvidia Display Container from the list
  • Right click on it and click on Properties
  • Change Startup Type to Automatic

One of these methods mentioned above will definitely work for as these have been tried and tested by various users who were facing the same bug over and over again.

 

 

 

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Updated: September 22, 2018 — 6:40 pm

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