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Solved: Geforce Experience
#1
To start off. This is my GPU and I am on Windows 10.

I have been told that a lot of people uses that capture program (also known as Shadowplay). So I'd like to share with you the real issue I have with that program.

Upon noticing my GPU being compatible with the software GeForce Experience, I installed the software but I cannot record or at least enable the share function.

Various solutions I found were, ofc Uninstall/Reinstall, Clean Install, Untick the run this program as admin thing, etc... But for the life of me, I cannot enable this share button. Right now I use OBS as a back-up.

Do you have any ideas, what can I do?
#2
I had the same issue too! What i did to fix it was install an older version of Geforce Experience and then update it to the new version and that actually worked for me. Here's a link to an older version, give it a shot!
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#3
(03-31-2017, 11:30 PM)GTAHQHD Wrote: I had the same issue too! What i did to fix it was install an older version of Geforce Experience and then update it to the new version and that actually worked for me. Here's a link to an older version, give it a shot!

Hi HQ, thank you for your answer!

In your link, It says the OS required are Vista, 7 and 8/8.1. But I'll try to give it a go, anyway.

Also, just to make sure, do you need to plug your GPU to monitor? (No matter which cable you use).

Thank you again!

EDIT: Okay, NEVERMIND! The problem probably came from the cable I was using  for my GPU output for some reason! I removed this cable, then I decided to unplug the HDMI cable from the motherboard's HDMI output and decided to plug it to the GPU output instead. As a result, share button can now be turned on. 1 question remains though... Is it a big deal for the CPU not being connected to the monitor then?

I'd also like to take this time to highlight my own stupidity and say that if I still had the same issue I would have made a Series of videos that would be called 'F*** My Life'  about this problem. *Jumps off a cliff*
#4
(03-31-2017, 11:50 PM)Thunderbird Wrote:
(03-31-2017, 11:30 PM)GTAHQHD Wrote: I had the same issue too! What i did to fix it was install an older version of Geforce Experience and then update it to the new version and that actually worked for me. Here's a link to an older version, give it a shot!

Hi HQ, thank you for your answer!

In your link, It says the OS required are Vista, 7 and 8/8.1. But I'll try to give it a go, anyway.

Also, just to make sure, do you need to plug your GPU to monitor? (No matter which cable you use).

Thank you again!

EDIT: Okay, NEVERMIND! The problem probably came from the cable I was using  for my GPU output for some reason! I removed this cable, then I decided to unplug the HDMI cable from the motherboard's HDMI output and decided to plug it to the GPU output instead. As a result, share button can now be turned on. 1 question remains though... Is it a big deal for the CPU not being connected to the monitor then?

I'd also like to take this time to highlight my own stupidity and say that if I still had the same issue I would have made a Series of videos that would be called 'F*** My Life'  about this problem. *Jumps off a cliff*

If u have a gpu, you dont need to connect the cable to the motherboard because the display comes from the gpu . Smile
#5
Did you get it to work? Big Grin
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#6
(04-01-2017, 02:38 PM)hrishi Wrote:
(03-31-2017, 11:50 PM)Thunderbird Wrote:
(03-31-2017, 11:30 PM)GTAHQHD Wrote: I had the same issue too! What i did to fix it was install an older version of Geforce Experience and then update it to the new version and that actually worked for me. Here's a link to an older version, give it a shot!

Hi HQ, thank you for your answer!

In your link, It says the OS required are Vista, 7 and 8/8.1. But I'll try to give it a go, anyway.

Also, just to make sure, do you need to plug your GPU to monitor? (No matter which cable you use).

Thank you again!

EDIT: Okay, NEVERMIND! The problem probably came from the cable I was using  for my GPU output for some reason! I removed this cable, then I decided to unplug the HDMI cable from the motherboard's HDMI output and decided to plug it to the GPU output instead. As a result, share button can now be turned on. 1 question remains though... Is it a big deal for the CPU not being connected to the monitor then?

I'd also like to take this time to highlight my own stupidity and say that if I still had the same issue I would have made a Series of videos that would be called 'F*** My Life'  about this problem. *Jumps off a cliff*

If u have a gpu, you dont need to connect the cable to the motherboard because the display comes from the gpu . Smile

Ok then, thanks for your answer!

Posted by GTAHQHD - 5 hours ago
Did you get it to work? [Image: bigring.png]

Yes, like a charm! My videos will look so much better from now on! Smile
#7
Told you man! Buy me a beer now...

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#8
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(04-02-2017, 11:25 PM)UMADBRO_OKAY Wrote: Told you man! Buy me a beer now...

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Get the same look as her and I'll pay you 10 pints.

FYI: This is what UMAD was referencing to...


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#9
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