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Ways To Fix Nvidia GeForce Experience Error Code 0x0003

GeForce Experience is one of the best software but its crashing due to an error code 0x0003 complaints have been recieved. This is how you can fix this error code.

GeForce Experience is the software most used to increase the gaming experience on any Windows PC. It has awesome features which equipped its users with some amazing gaming tools which include;

  • Capturing and Filtering Screenshots
  • Updating Nvidia GPU drivers by default
  • Optimizing games automatically
  • Game streaming to Nvidia Shield Devices
  • Recording automatic gameplay highlights
  • Live Broadcasting gameplay from GeForce Experience to Facebook, Twitch, and YouTube.


A user would know that he got an error when a dialog box with the message ‘Something went wrong. When the users try to reboot their PC and then try to again launch GeForce Experience some Error Code: 0x0003‘ is displayed on their PCs. A lot of users like any other try to close this dialog box. As soon as they do that, the software crashes.

There could be so many causes of this error. But there are some ways you could fix it.

Error code 0x0003 GeForce Experience means the files of your NVIDIA graphics card driver are corrupted and it is unable to locate them. It is an error caused by several factors and if you are having it you cannot avail the features of this window.

Method 1; Restarting GeForce Experience

First, send all the NVIDIA tasks running in the background to restart GeForce Experience. Follow the steps listed below to do so. You should try to Launch “Task Manager” on your Windows PC. Click all the NVIDIA tasks and then, select the “End task” icon.

After that, through the GeForce Experience icon by right-clicking select the “Run as administrator” option.

The GeForce Experience error code 0x0003 would be fixed. But if it’s not, do not stress out, try the next method.

Method 2; Nvidia Telemetry Container

According to some GeForce Experience users, if we let  Nvidia Telemetry Service Interact with Desktop, this error might get fixed. For that, you simply need to launch “run” on your Windows PC. After that type “services.msc” in the text box. Click enter.

Then Search “NVIDIA Telemetry Container” by right-clicking for the given list. From the drop-down box select “Properties”. Move to the “Log On” tab and check the checkbox for the “Allow service to interact with desktop” option. Click on “Apply” then “OK” and save the changes. NVIDIA Telemetry Container must be running.

Right-clicking on these GeForce Experience services and select start if it’s not. 1. NVIDIA Display Container LS, 2. NVIDIA Network service Container, 3. NVIDIA LocalSystem Container.

Method 3; Network Adapter Settings

Launch “Command Prompt” on your Windows PC, with “admin” privileges.

Then type the command “netsh winsock reset in the command prompt and hit Enter. Restart your PC, once the process is completed.

Check if the GeForce Experience error code 0x0003 has been fixed.

Method 4; Graphics Driver Update

Launch “Device Manager” on your Windows PC. Then expand display adapters and select the “Graphics Card” option by right-clicking. Then select the “Update driver option” from the drop-down box which would be appearing on your screen. Restart your PC after the drivers are updated. The GeForce Experience error code 0x0003 would be fixed.

Method 5; Windows Update

Go to the “settings” of your PC. From their go-to “Update and Security”. Select “Windows Update”. See all the updates and install any left one. Then, restart your PC.

Method 6; Reinstall GeForce Experience

Uninstall GeForce Experience from your PC and reinstall it from its official website. You will no longer face the GeForce Experience error code 0x0003. Use this method if none above worked for you.

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