NVIDIA Share allows you to record and share greatest gaming moments when you are playing games. But if it is turned on but not being used, it can cause black screen for a few seconds on startup. The error message likely would say “NVIDIA Share is not responding”. In this post, you will learn how to fix this issue.
The fix is very simple. You just need to turn off Nvidia Share in GeForce Experience. But before that, you may need to roll back the graphics card driver or update the graphics card driver. It depends on when the problem occurs.
Case 1: If the problem occurs after updating graphics card driver, please roll back the driver then disable NVIDIA Share.
Case 2: If the problem occurs suddenly, please make sure the graphics card is up-to-date then disable NVIDIA Share.
How to Roll Back the NVIDIA Graphics Card Driver
Follow these steps:
1. Open Device Manager.
2. Expand category “Display adapters” and click Properties on the context menu.
3. Click Driver tab then click on Roll Back Driver.
How to Update NVIDIA Graphics Card Driver
4. Click Yes button for the confirmation. Then click OK button.
5. Restart your PC for the changes to take effect.
You can use GeForce Experience to update the driver. Alternatively, you can use Driver Easy. Driver Easy has Free version and PRO version. After trying the Free version, if you find it helpful, you can consider upgrading to the PRO version. With the PRO version, you can enjoy free expert tech support guarantee, which allows you to contact us for assistance regarding any technical issues. You will have 30-day money back guarantee. You can ask for a full refund for any reason.
How to Turn Off NVIDIA SHARE in GeForce Experience
Follow steps below:
1. Open GeForce Experience.
2. Click the Settings icon at the top right corner.
3. In the left pane, click GENERAL and turn off SHARE in the right pane (see below screenshot).
Note: If you wish to use Nvidia Share again, refer steps above to turn it back on.
Hope the tips help you fix NVIDIA Share not working issue.