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NVIDIA GeForce Experience: Unable to connect to NVIDIA

I like to use the Nvidia GeForce Experience to automatically download and install the latest graphics drivers on my computers. But today, I encountered a problem with one of the gaming laptops that I manage. When I click the "Download driver" button, I get the "Unable to connect to NVIDIA; Try again later." message (see screen shot below). At the same time, I was able to download the driver and install it on two other gaming laptops. Anyone know what's causing this error message and how to fix it?

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Jake
Wed, 25 Nov 2015 14:51:00 +0300

Solved it by uninstalling Nvidia GeForce Experience and reinstalling it again.

Jake
Thu, 26 Nov 2015 00:45:09 +0300

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