How To Fix “Unable To Connect To NVidia Error”?

Nvidia is undoubtedly the first love of all the gaming enthusiasts in the world. And when your first love denies you access, it hurts. Since 2014, hard-core gamers have been facing a very grave problem. Whenever they try to update their Windows OS (version 7 and above) or whenever they replace an old video card with a new one, they get the “unable to connect to NVidia message. Even though this problem has been faced by gamers for a number of years, NVidia hasn’t cared to fix this bug. However, this problem can be easily solved with the help of a few simple steps.

Nvidia Unable To Connect

1st Method To Fix “Nvidia Unable To Connect”

Step 1

The NVidia network service gets stuck in “starting” status, which causes GeForce experience to display the “unable to connect to NVidia error” message. Open Services to verify that the service was actually stuck in the “starting” status.

Step 2

The next step is to delete (or rename) the NSManagedTasks.xml file in C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation\NetService\. This is the file which is responsible for the error. Please note that this file is in the ProgramData folder, and not in the Program Files (x86) folder. You may need to show hidden folders to see it.

Step 3

Once the file responsible for the error NSManagedTasks.xml is deleted, open Task Manager, click on – Show processes from all users – and then end the NVNetworkService.exe *32 process.

Step 4

Once the process ends, go back to Services, right-click on the NVIDIA Network Service and start it.

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Step 5

Exit GeForce Experience if it’s running, and then start it up again. You will be able to connect to it now in an error-free manner.

This technique of fixing the NVidia error is the easiest and works on most of the computers. Hope this solution will help you solve NVidia connect problem.

2nd Method To Fix “Nvidia Unable To Connect”

  • First, you need to visit the official site, ie,  www.geforce.com/drivers.
  • There, the first thing that you’ll find is Automatic Driver Updates.
  • You simply need to download the latest version of drivers and install them overriding the previous ones.
  • Once the installation is complete, you can restart the getforce and check it Nvidia can now be connected.

3rd Advanced Method To Fix “Nvidia Unable To Connect”

Now we do not recommend you to use this method unless you are from the computer background and have good knowledge of dealing with Linux or basic command prompt activities.

  • Open the host file located in C:/Windows/System32/drivers/etc.
  • Make sure that you create a copy of host file for backup and then work.
  • Now in the notepad, change “0.0.0.0” and update it to “127.0.0.1”.
  • Or you can simply remove “x.x.x.x”.
  • In some cases, you won’t be able to save the edit you’ve made.
  • To solve this, you can first move the host file to some other location, edit it there and then paste it back to the original location.
  • Once you’re done updating the host file, open GetForce and update it.
  • This should solve the issue.

We hope that at least one of the above solution for “Nvidea unable to connect” would work for you. We would like to hear from you about it and follow up if you have any further queries.

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