How to Repair Geforce Experience Error Code 0x0003



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Many Windows users report that they can no longer use the features associated with NVIDIAExperience because the software crashes with error code 0x0003. In most cases, the users concerned will see “Something went wrong”. Try rebooting your PC, then launch GeForce Experience. Error code: 0x0003″ Error message with the possibility to close the dialog box. It is reported that the problem occurs under Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.

Restart services

In the windows, go to the Run command and enter Services.msc and press Enter, in the Services window locate the Nvidia telemetry container – right click – Properties – Login – Click on Local system account (also make sure that the option’Allow service to interact with desktop’ is active). – click on Apply Now

Now right-click on’Nvidia Telemetry container service’ and select’start’ if it is not already launched.

Go to the RUN – Services.msc command and right-click on the next three services and select the Start or Restart option to activate them.

a) Nvidia Display Service Container b) Nvidia Local System Container c) Nvidia Network Service Container



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Stop all GeForce tasks and restart GeForce Experience.

1) Simultaneously press Shift + Ctrl + Esc to open the Task Manager.

2) Select all NVIDIA tasks currently running and click Finish Task.

3) Right-click on your GeForce experience and click Run as administrator. Check if it works.

Reinstalling all Nvidia components

Some affected users reported that the problem was not solved until they reinstalled GeForce Experience with each Nvidia driver. After the computer restarted, some users reported that the Geforce Experience 0x0003 error code no longer existed.

Check out the NVIDIA display driver services.

You must open the Windows Services Manager. First press WINKEY + R to launch the Run utility. Then type services.msc and press Enter. The Services window opens and a list of services is displayed.

Now look for the following services and make sure that their startup types are as follows:

  • NVIDIA Display Container LS – Automatic
  • NVIDIA NetworkService Container Container User Guide
  • NVIDIA LocalSystem Container – Automatic
  • NVIDIA LocalSystem Container – Automatic
  • NVIDIA GeForce Experience Service – Automatic (delayed start)
  • NVIDIA Geforce Experience Backend Service – Automatic (delayed start)
  • NVIDIA Telemetry Container Service – Automatic

Double-click on it to open the Properties field. If the service is not yet running, simply select Start to start it, otherwise select Stop First, then Start to restart it.

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