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Can't get GeForce Share: GameStream Co-Op working. Not using exlusive fullscreen?
Can't get GeForce Share: GameStream Co-Op to work with Moon Hunters.
Is the game not using exlusive fullscreen or something?
I guess i could just use Moonlight... But that doesn't support controllers for both sides.
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kiwihotaru  [developer] Mar 8, 2017 @ 11:02am 
I honestly do not know much about the GeForce Share feature. I'll have to ask my nVidia contact. If you do get it working, let me know so we can figure out what is happening!
As of writing. I got the latest version of GeForce Experience:
And the newest version of Chrome: 56.0.2924.87 (64-bit)
Newest version of the Chrome "GeForce Experience Stream Client" plugin: 2016.1214.1200.1
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1
My DxDiag log:
I have these TCP ports forwarded: 7, 9, 35043, 47984, 47989, 47991, 47995-47996, 48010
I have these UDP ports forwarded: 7, 9, 47989, 47992, 47998-48000, 48010
I have also made rules to allow these ports IN and OUT of the Firewall.
My Drivers, and other stuff should be fine too. I've been able to use it with other games.
No problem with internet or PC either as far as i can tell.

My settings in GeForce Experience:
GeForce Experience>Settings>General>Allow experimental features: ON
GeForce Experience>Settings>General>Share: ON
GeForce Experience>Settings>Account>Account signed in, and set to remember on PC.
GeForce Experience>Settings>Shield>GameStream: ON
Alt+Z(Overlay)>Settings>Stream>Allow friends to join a game and play as guest?: YES
Alt+Z(Overlay)>Settings>Privacy control>Turn on desltop capture for Instant Replay,
Record Broadcast, and Screenshot?: YES
I've added the game in GameStream: Games & Apps
Again works fine with games like Rocket League, Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, Trine.
Tho it's not perfect for some games. Salt and Sanctuary for example has controller issues,
and after some time starts to lag. Of course some games just don't work at all.
I've also had to restart Share lately at least once to get the overlay working.

From what i can tell the game isn't True EXCLUSIVE Fullscreen.
With what i've experienced with other games it's mostly just that
GeForce doesn't want to Share games that aren't exclusive fullscreen.
When i share (Alt+Z(Overlay)>Stream>Copy Invite URL) I just get following message:
"Error" "System Requirement.." "A supported game is required to use this feature"
Or sometimes: "Error" "Notice..." "An internal error has occurred"
I don't know what else i can really do to test. I can only get as far as these errors.
I don't own a Shield device. So i haven't been able to test that.
Geforce Share is still in Beta. But if you could make a test branch for exclusive fullscreen
like Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime have (Which is now just the main version):
I'd be more than happy to test it.
If it's possible for you to build a version with exclusive fullscreen.
Hope this helps, and we can somehow get it working.
Last edited by [NP'S] JacobMIX (DK); Mar 8, 2017 @ 4:29pm
Merovingian Feb 3, 2018 @ 8:28pm 
I just changed my Geforce settings to match the above post @[NP'S] JacobMIX (DK) and my invites work now. Whatever setting I changed, it fixed my internal errors - every time I would try to send an invite or copy the invite url.
Originally posted by Merovingian:
I just changed my Geforce settings to match the above post @[NP'S] JacobMIX (DK) and my invites work now. Whatever setting I changed, it fixed my internal errors - every time I would try to send an invite or copy the invite url.
GameStream has updated quite a bit since i made this post. I'll test later to see if it works for me.
nvidia geforce experience stream plug-in has encountered an issue
I've gotten it to work by using Moonlight since it now works with controllers for both sides:
Make sure you have WebGL turned on, and NaCL enabled: chrome://gpu/ | chrome://flags
If chrome won't download the crx file you can get the a .rar of it here: {LINK REMOVED}
Just extract it to a place you wont move, and install it as an unpacked extension.
Here's a good post to look at if you still have problems:
You might also want an app launche so you don't have to go to chrome://apps:
You can make a shortcut to Moonlight by right clicking it on chrome://apps tho.
Also you can add C:\Windows\system32\mstsc.exe in shield games to stream your desktop.
If you don't want a person to be able to connect anymore you can remove trusted devices in:
GeForce Expertience>Settings>Sheild>Remove all devices.
The person who connects has to discconect by pressing ALT+SHIFT+Q.
But if you want to force them to disconnect make a bat with these lines, and run it as admin:

cd /d "%~dp0"
echo Running Kill nvstreamer.exe script.
set LOGFILE=Kill nvstreamer.exe-Batch.log
call :LOG > %LOGFILE%
SchTasks /Create /TN "Kill nvstreamer.exe" /RL HIGHEST /SC ONCE /SD 01/01/2003 /ST 00:00 /TR "C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c taskkill /F /im nvstreamer.exe"

Ignore the warning about task trigger being earlier than current time.
Then make a txt file with:

schtasks /Run /TN "Kill nvstreamer.exe"

Save it, and rename it from ".txt" to ".bat" make a shortcut for it.
Then make a shortcut key. Could be "¨CTRL + ALT + -" or "Num /" it's up to you.
Note: If it doesn't work try just making a shortcut to the
"Run task (bat) - Kill nvstreamer.exe.bat" instead.
You should probably hide the shortcut tho so the person connecting won't see it,
and be able to mess with it. The shortcut, and task creator bat are also on the Mega link.
Also when they disconnect you might have to press ALT, Shift, and Q once each since your computer can think they're still being pressed (not released)
Last edited by [NP'S] JacobMIX (DK); Jul 27, 2018 @ 11:00pm
I get the error

"Notice - An internal error has occurred." when I try to copy the URL in the GeForce gamestream. Moonlight is another program to use?
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