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GTX 770/ GeForce Experience Problem?

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June 4, 2013 5:09:50 PM

Hello, today I received my Gigabyte GTX 770 and installed it into my system. Before so, I wiped all of the drivers from my previous HD 6870 and then installed the appropriate driver for my new card and Nvidia's "GeForce Experience" came bundled with the driver, so I decided to check it out and if it was worth it/really worked. I decided to go ahead and "optimize" the games that the software found before I had played any game (except for BF3), but now when I try to open up any game, whether it be from Steam, Uplay, etc., nothing happens. I will get a blank, black screen similar to what appears for a split second every time you open a game normally, but this time it will just stay and I am forced to alt+tab out and shut the game down in Task Manager. This is really annoying because I haven't been able to really even use my new card because of this annoying problem. I am about to try reinstalling my games to see if that'll help and reinstalling the current driver (320.xxx can't remember exactly). Any help would be great.
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June 4, 2013 8:27:12 PM

Start over with the drivers. Do an uninstall of everything, including Geforce Experience, then just reinstall the drivers again by themselves.

If that doesn't work, you can verify the integrity of the games cache files through Steam.
Go to your Steam Library > right-click on the game(s)>Properties>Local Files>Verify Integrity of Game Cache...
That will refresh/reinstall the game files as necessary.
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June 5, 2013 7:30:11 PM

17seconds said:
Start over with the drivers. Do an uninstall of everything, including Geforce Experience, then just reinstall the drivers again by themselves.

If that doesn't work, you can verify the integrity of the games cache files through Steam.
Go to your Steam Library > right-click on the game(s)>Properties>Local Files>Verify Integrity of Game Cache...
That will refresh/reinstall the game files as necessary.


Well, everything is working pretty normal now. Through a combination of reinstalling the driver, uninstalling GF Experience, and reinstalling the games that wouldn't open, I finally got my system working correctly. Thanks for the help!
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