If you are hit by GeForce NOW error code 0xC192000E trying to play your favourite game, say Valorant on GeForce NOW, then we have got some solutions for you.
GeForce Now is a great way to stream games you already own through the cloud on any device. However, like any service, you can encounter problems while using GeForce NOW, and it can be quite frustrating at times.
In this article, we will guide you through the treacherous terrain of troubleshooting and vanquish the error code 0xC192000E that stands in your way.
Is GeForce NOW down?
You can check the real-time GeForce NOW server status here.
At the time of writing on 24 January 2023, the NP-ASH-04 [RTX 3080 /4080] server in the US East, and the NP-CHI-04 [RTX 3080] and NP-CHI-01 servers in the US Midwest are down for maintenance.
Apparently, GeForce NOW data centers are being upgraded to include the new RTX 4080 SuperPODs. As part of this upgrade process, the servers must be taken offline, which is why they are currently down.
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How to fix GeForce NOW error code 0xC192000E
GeForce NOW error code 0xC192000E happens when the NVIDIA GeForce Now client fails to connect to the GeForce NOW servers. In most cases, the GeForce NOW servers being down causes the error. Your internet connection can also be the cause of the problem.
If the GeForce NOW servers in your region are down, there is not much you can do about the error but wait for the servers to come back online. If the servers are working fine, the problem may be on your end.
In that case, here are some troubleshooting tips to fix GeForce NOW error code 0xC192000E:
- Reset your network devices to make sure your router hasn't become flooded with data.
- Release and renew your IP and flush your DNS to resolve any network conflicts.
- Close all other applications to resolve software conflicts and free up resources.
- Try turning off your firewall and anti-virus and see if it makes any difference.
- If all else fails, do a speed check to see if your connection is up to snuff. In case your download speed is less than 3 Mbps, you need to reach out to your ISP for help.
Hopefully, one of our suggestions should help you fix GeForce NOW error code 0xC192000E if the issue is on your end. And you will be back streaming GeForce NOW on Steam Deck or the device of your choice in no time.
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