After updating GeForce Experience, there occurs a problem as the GeForce Experience window showing a completely black screen. The problem is quite irritating and the many users have reported about this problem and are in search of finding a solution to this problem.
In this tutorial, we will guide you through simple methods how to fix this problem. Just follow this article and you are good to go.
Methods To Fix GeForce Experience Black Screen
Follow the below steps carefully:
Step 1: Running The GeForce Experience With Intel integrated Graphics
1. Go to desktop and then right click on “GeForce Experience” and then click on “run with graphics processor” and choose “integrated processor”.
2. After that, when the GeForce Experience launch without occurring a problem like displaying a black screen, then click on the “Drivers” tab.
3. In Drivers tab, you will see the green “Download” button. Simply click on it to update the drivers using GeForce Experience.
4. Then you need to Restart your computer, after your computer boots up, open the GeForce Experience and then check the issue is resolved or not. If not, then proceed with to next steps.
5. Right click on GeForce Experience and then select “run with graphics processor” and choose on “change default graphics processor”.
6. Then click on the “program settings” tab and make sure that GeForce Experience is selected in the First option and in the second option, you need to select “integrated graphics” from the drop down menu. Press the “Apply” button to make changes.
7. Hopefully, this methods will fix the black screen issue that occurs in GeForce Experience only. If the black screen issue occurs in other programs, then you need to follow the Methods 2 below.
Step 2: How To Roll Back The Integrated Graphic Driver
1. Simultaneously press windows+R key to open run dialogue box and then type in “devmgmt.msc” and press enter to open device manager.
2. Click on “Display adapter” to expand and then right click on “integrated graphic card” like “intel graphics card” and then select “properties” from the drop down menu.
3. Click on the “Driver tab” and then locate the “Roll Back Driver” button. Just click on it.
4. After that, you will be successfully rolled back. But if you are facing problem with rolling back or the button is not responding (greyed out). Follow the below steps carefully:
5. Click on the “Uninstall Device” button to remove the integrated graphic card drivers.
6. Go to the official website and download the latest version for your integrated graphic card or do online search.
7. After downloading and installing the drivers for your integrated graphic card, then simple restart your computer.
8. After your computer boots up, open GeForce Experience and it will work perfectly.
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