Have you updated your Windows 7 to Windows 10 and face problem of unable to connect to NVidia? If yes, then my friend you are not alone, many people face the same issue of GeForce experience unable to connect to NVidia. Those who are gamers for them, this issue is a bit problematic as NVidia graphics card is the soul and heart of gaming system. So how to solve NVidia GeForce experience unable to connect issue? Don’t have any idea, then do not worry we are here to help you in it.
Since 2014, whenever gamers or other person trying to update their Windows OS from Windows 7 to up or change their old video card with new, then it shows a message unable to connect to NVidia windows 10 by GeForce Experience. To solve the issue of NVidia GeForce experience unable to connect to NVidia, we listed top three methods that will help you. So read this article throughout and solve the problem can’t connect to NVidia.
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NVidia Geforce Experience Cannot Connect To NVidia: Fixes
Solution 1: Deleting NSManagedTasks.xml
To fix GeForce experience unable to connect issue, it is the most working, common and one of the simplest solution with a few steps.
Step 1: First, go through the path given below:
C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation\NetService\. Now search NSManagedTasks.xml which is the root of this error and delete it.
Step 2: Next, launch the task manager by typing it in the search bar, or you can open it by pressing CTRL + ALT + DELETE altogether.
Step 3: After the task manager opens, look for NVNetworkService.exe and kill the process and tick the box which situated against Show processes from all users.
Step 4: Now Press Win + R keys and open run command dialogue box.
Step 5: Type services.msc in the search window of run command and press enter.
Step 6: It will open a new window of services. Here search for NVIDIA Network Service from the list.
Step 7: Find it and Right click on it and select the Start option.
Step 8: This steps will run the GeForce Experience tool, and you will get a new window. Close that window and rerun to the main window and check the problem is solved or not.
Solution 2: Update Driver
When you leave the whole system in the hands of the service provider GeForce, then this method work to solve “unable to connect to Nvidia try again later” issue.
Step 1: Open your web browser and visit the official website.
Step 2: You will find three option on an opening of the above link. Here select the first option that is Automatic Driver Updates and Clicks on Download tab.
- It will help you to download the latest version of driver automatically on your device and install it and delete the existing old version.
- Once the installation completes, check for updates and look for the problem is solved or not.
Note: we recommend users to uninstall the driver manually instead of automatically.
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Solution 3: Changing Hosts Files
This solution is one of the advanced and technical options in which we are changing the IP address of a host. This method requires technical experience of a certain level. So we recommend beginners do not try if you don’t have any idea about it.
Step 1: Follow the path given a path to open desire folder:
Step 2: Open the host in the Notepad.
Step 3: Before you edit the IP address, create a backup of available text and Change the local host IP address from “0.0.0.0” to “127.0.0.1” or remove “x.x.x.x” localhost.
Step 4: If you cannot be able to edit it, you can copy and paste it on other place and then paste it back.
Step 5: Open the GeForce and check the problem of tiworker.exe windows 10 solved or not.
Here is video tutorial which make your job easy.
It is all about windows modules installer service and fixes for Unable to Connect to NVidia error. All the solution above listed are check by our self as we met the same error. In case you stuck somewhere then you can connect us using the comment section given below. You can share your reviews and suggestions in the same comment section. Thank you!