How to Troubleshoot Nvidia GeForce Now ‘Error Code 0X0000F004’ in Windows PC

Many NVIDIA GeForce Experience users encounter a 0X0000F004 error code every time they try to stream a game using the program. This problem can occur for a variety of reasons in the Windows operating system.

After thorough research, we have concluded that GeForce Now error code 0X0000F004 can be caused by various reasons. Below is a list of possible causes of this error message.

What causes “GeForce Now error code 0X0000F004”?

  • There can be several reasons, including problems with the underlying service, insufficient bandwidth, third-party antivirus/firewall interference, restrictions imposed by the network administrator, and other issues. If you find out if there is a problem with the server. This problem can occur if you have to use an Internet Service Provider with limited bandwidth.
  • It is possible that a third-party antivirus/firewall program installed on your computer is blocking and stopping the NVIDIA GeForce Now server for some reason. Another possible cause of the problem could be a restriction imposed by the administrator of the network/wifi you are connected to.

How to resolve GeForce Now error code 0X0000F004?

Turn off third-party anti-virus interference

  1. Press Windows + R to open the “Run” dialog box.
  2. Then type “appwiz.CPL” and press Enter to open the Programs and Features menu.
  3. Once in the Programs and Features window, scroll down the list of installed programs and find the security tool you want to remove.
  4. If you find an overly protective AV/Firewall package that you think is causing error 0X0000F004, right-click on it and select Uninstall from the pop-up menu that appears.
  5. At the uninstall screen, follow the instructions on the screen to complete the uninstall, restart your computer, and wait for it to reboot.
  6. After the next boot sequence completes, delete any remaining files of recently installed antivirus or firewall software.

Switch to a wired connection

  1. If you suspect that this is the cause of the problem, connect the computer via Ethernet cable before attempting to restart GeForce Now.
  2. After connecting through the Ethernet cable, open GeForce Now in normal mode and see if the problem is resolved.

Checking the status of the GeForce Now server

  1. Go to the official GeForce Now service status page and see if you see any red flags indicating a server problem.
  2. If the status page indicates an issue with NVIDIA Global Services or the cloud server your client is using, the problem is probably out of your control.
  3. If you have just confirmed a server issue, there is nothing you can do except wait for the developers handling the issue to resolve it.

Frequently Asked Questions

There could be several reasons, including a problem with the underlying service, insufficient bandwidth, third-party antivirus/firewall interference, restrictions imposed by the network administrator, and other problems. If you find out if there is a problem with the server. This problem can occur if you have to use an Internet Service Provider with limited bandwidth.

  1. Press Windows + R to open the "Run" dialog box.
    Then type "appwiz.CPL" and press Enter to open the Programs and Features menu.
  2. Once you're in the Programs and Features window, scroll through the list of installed programs and find the security program you want to remove.
  3. Once you find the overly secure AV/Firewall package that you think is causing error 0X0000F004, right-click on it and select Uninstall from the menu that just popped up.
  4. At the uninstall screen, follow the instructions on the screen to complete the uninstall, restart your computer, and wait for it to reboot.
  5. After the next boot sequence is complete, remove any remaining files from the recently installed antivirus or firewall.

  1. Go to the official GeForce Now service status page and check if you see any red flags indicating a problem with the server.
  2. If the status page indicates a problem with NVIDIA Global Services or the specific cloud server your client is using, the problem is probably out of your control.
  3. If you have just confirmed a server issue, there is nothing you can do except wait for the developers handling the issue to resolve it.