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If you receive an error message Unable to connect to NVIDIA on your Windows computer with the NVIDIA graphics drivers installed, this message suggests some corrections that may help you correct the error. This error occurs mainly with the NVIDIA GeForce Experience app, which is part of the NVIDIA graphics driver and handles things like games, drivers, etc. and updates graphics drivers. In addition to checking your Internet connection, these are the other things you can do to solve the problem.

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1] Check NVIDIA network service

When you install the NVIDIA graphics driver, some services found in Services Manager are automatically added. There is a service called NvContainerNetworkService that helps the driver panel connect to the Internet. If it is stopped in any way, you will face this problem. You must therefore check whether the service is running or not.

To start, navigate to services.msc in the taskbar search box and press Enter to open the Service Manager. Locate the service named NVIDIA NetworkService Container. Double-click this service to open the Properties field.

Make sure the operating status is displayed as Running. If this is not the case, click the Start and OK buttons to save the change.

2] Reinstall NVIDIA graphics drivers

The above solution is the functional solution to this problem. If you still receive the error, you may need to reinstall the driver. You can download the Nvidia driver from the official NVIDIA website.

That’s it! I hope you find these simple solutions useful.

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