Fix NVIDIA GameStream not working on Windows 10

NVIDIA GameStream not working on Windows 10

NVIDIA GameStream This service allows a user to stream games from your Windows 10 computer to other supported devices. These supported devices include NVIDIA SHIELD devices. Some users reported that NVIDIA GameStream was not running Windows 10. This error is due to incorrect installation, network problems, and so on.

NVIDIA GameStream does not work on Windows 10

The following work methods will help you solve problems NVIDIA GameStream does not work problem on Windows 10:

  1. Log out and log in to GameStream.
  2. Uninstall and reinstall the NVIDIA drivers.
  3. Repair your network.
  4. Update your NVIDIA SHEILD device.

1) Disconnection and connection to GameStream

Some users have reported that disconnecting and reconnecting to the NVIDIA GameStream service has resolved the issue.

Indeed, with the reconnection, all the cache of the system and the service is rebuilt and all the bad sectors of this data will be replaced by the new one and will solve this problem.

2) Uninstall and Reinstall the NVIDIA Drivers

You can use Display Driver Uninstaller to uninstall your NVIDIA display driver. After that, you can download and install the latest version of the NVIDIA graphics drivers.

3) Fix your network

Your network may also be a source in this issue.

It is recommended to connect both devices to a 5 GHz WiFi network.

Also, make sure that the power of the WiFi is strong enough for both devices to decrease the latency.

Restart your router and change the WiFi channel you are connected to to resolve this problem.

4) Update your NVIDIA SHIELD device

Deprecated software on the NVIDIA SHIELD device may also cause a problem of this type. Therefore, you can try to update its device driver and check if this brings the compatible software to solve this problem mentioned above.

Good luck!

Ayush is a Windows enthusiast since the day he had his first PC with Windows 98SE. He is an active Windows Insider since the first day and is now a Windows Insider MVP. He was testing preliminary services on his Windows 10, Lumia and Android computers.

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