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    Default Need NVDIA Geforce Experience Help

    Hi Guyz --

    I know there are smarter folks then me when it comes to graphic cards, so hopefully I can get some hele to understand this message:

    I've read everything I can find, but I am yet to a solution --

    I am getting this message when I try to update:

    Something went wrong. Try reinstalling Geforce Experience

    I did try that , etc .... no results -- I think my video card is i750 ---

    Thanks
    Ish

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    i750 isn't a video card, not sure what it is!

    The Nvidia Control panel will tell you what Graphics card you have Control Panel > Nvidia Control Panel > Help > System Information.
    My Computer > Right Click > Properties will tell you what processor you have, that's probably where the i comes in!

    I'd get rid of Nvidia Experience, causes more problems than it solves and it is not required to use a Graphics card and can in some cases stop games from working.

    Or See here for possible fix, seems to be a common problem. https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...ce-experience/
    Last edited by clam1952; July 11th, 2018 at 09:27 AM.
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    I've had this issue before, most of the time I grabbed an installer from nvidia's drivers page and performed a clean install for my gfx card. Geforce Experience then worked as expected afterwards. Hope this helps

    -Andrew R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clam1952 View Post
    I'd get rid of Nvidia Experience, causes more problems than it solves and it is not required to use a Graphics card and can in some cases stop games from working.


    Really? Maybe that's why I can no longer save my Far Cry 4 user maps....
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    Quote Originally Posted by clam1952 View Post
    i750 isn't a video card, not sure what it is!

    The Nvidia Control panel will tell you what Graphics card you have Control Panel > Nvidia Control Panel > Help > System Information.
    My Computer > Right Click > Properties will tell you what processor you have, that's probably where the i comes in!

    I'd get rid of Nvidia Experience, causes more problems than it solves and it is not required to use a Graphics card and can in some cases stop games from working.

    Or See here for possible fix, seems to be a common problem. https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...ce-experience/
    Thanks Macl --- very informative, sir!

    Ish

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    Quote Originally Posted by UP8328 View Post
    I've had this issue before, most of the time I grabbed an installer from nvidia's drivers page and performed a clean install for my gfx card. Geforce Experience then worked as expected afterwards. Hope this helps

    -Andrew R.
    Hello Andrew

    Did as you instructed, and it seems it worked --

    Thanks a bunch
    Ish

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