Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by zandathrax, Nov 30, 2017.
actually yes i love to see again the nv system tray
Can't figure out what this UXDserivce thing is that keeps my PC from shutting down an extra few seconds each time. The only information I can muster is that it is some type of info gathering service that may or may not be related to nVidia although it most definitely occurred right when I installed these drivers. I wonder if it is a coincidence that Win 10 updated at the same time or if it is in fact this driver. I also install the almost bare-bones version of the driver that only uses 4 folders so all of the telemetry stuff shouldn't be on my computer. Anyone else know anything about this UXDservice? Other than that the driver set seems to be working perfectly.
I don't see any UXDservice here.
Are you using Windows 10 ?
I get a message that UXDservice is preventing my computer from shutting down whenever i go to restart or turn off my pc, if you just wait a few seconds it shuts down anyway. Only doing it with these drivers (388.43)
I haven't noticed on my 16299.98.
Try to update;
Run as admin > sfc /scannow & disk cleanup too.
Haven't been posting in a while, how are these with Destiny 2 and warThunder?
Any flickering with WarThunder still?
About UXDservice - I saw this only once when I've installed 388.43 and then restarted my PC...
Yes. No such service here.
Saw that UXDService message, after making a change in Nvcpl and went to restart, it popped up saying it was "preventing windows from restarting" but I've seen it only once so far.
Driver is a good performer also, no issues other than that, well not really an issue.
installed the 388.43's again but this time i didn't use DDU to remove previous driver, i've restarted the PC a few times now and haven't seen the UXDService message
Try to use the latest DDU v220.127.116.11
Today I'm trying to test the new DDU then reinstall 388.43 again & also I'd like to reproduce the BSOD that I faced, but so far nothing happened. I've reported & sent the minidump + MEMORY.dmp to NVIDIA.
He's not mad I have it too - once so far, will post back
Using any 3rth party diagnostic or stress test tools?
UXD Service isn't a native Windows service.
I don't have any third party diagnostic services or anything other than the bare minimum as I like a super clean an streamlined PC and was getting the "waiting for UXDservice to shut down" issue every time I rebooted or shut down and all I did was install the driver again right on top of itself after reading macatak's post and it stopped happening. If you're having the problem just reinstall the driver without doing anything else and it should go away.
Can't explain why it works or what the UXDservice is but I can say it works. It is strange because I searched through all my services and couldn't find it anywhere. I don't know what the hell it is or where the hell it resides which is kind of concerning but I guess what else is there to be done?
Thanks for the post macatak.
Probably a ton, I'm a PC enthusiast ! Starting with MSI Afterburner...
Anyway I saw it once and I haven't seen it since, for several reboots, so I have no idea.
i'm starting to see a uxdservice too when restarting, gota use the camera since you can't screencap while restarting PC (or i don't know how) and yes i have the latest w10 1709 16299.64 release.
Yeah i've seen UXD Service aswell when rebooting, havent seen it since. Windows 10 1709 16299.98.
latest w10 is 16299.98
neat, i updated it manually and now the issue is gone
The solution is to copy this file here:
c:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA Corporation\PhysX\Engine\6FE164B5308A\PhysXCore.dll
to the Game's binaries folder.
Your welcome. Try with alice and whatever old game. You'll see a healthy boost.