Nvapi access denied nvidia inspector

NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED about NVidiaProfileInspectorDmW HOT 10 CLOSED

I am getting the message below when trying to update some settings.
DRS_SaveSettings failed: NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED

Specifically when trying to modify «CUDA — Force P2 State» = «Off».
I am on Win10.
I have searched a few times and tried a few things:

  • DDU and reinstall NVidia drivers
  • Safe Mode, DDU and reinstall NVidia drivers
  • Looked for read only files
  • Logged in to local admin account

I am sure it is something about my setup but I have not been able to find it.
Any hit you can give would be appreciated.

I am comfortable examining, writing or modifying code if need be.

Comments (10)

I try to find the problem. (Please give me few days. Thank you!)

DeadManWalkingTO commented on October 22, 2018 1

NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED
The issue is that when you installed your NVIDIA driver it didn’t installed correctly!

Solution:

  1. Look for the folder named Drs located in «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation».
  2. Delete the folder «Drs» (if its not there goto next step).
  3. Create a new folder with name «Drs».

JarBinks commented on October 25, 2018

I am sorry to say that it did not fix the issue.

I added the directory «C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\Drs», which did not exist.

Things I did after, but they did not work:

  • I checked over the security on the new directory
  • I updated to the latest version of Profile Inspector
  • Rebooted the machine
  • Checked the directory security

DeadManWalkingTO commented on October 28, 2018

  1. Remove all nVidia software and drivers. (Use Display Driver Uninstaller — DDU).
  2. Reinstalling the latest Driver and PhysX ONLY (no 3D drivers, no GFEX).
  3. Download the separate GeForce Experience package and install that afterwards.
  4. Feedback here!

Squall-Leonhart commented on November 17, 2018

It didn’t work because you read the instructions wrong,

Deadman said «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation»

You went to «Program Files»

ohcibi commented on February 26, 2019

@Squall-Leonhart is right. I wouldn’t call this issue ‘closed’ though since the program could just create the folder itself it its missing and not fail with a meaningless error.

A caveat of the workaround is: the Folder ProgramData is hidden. One way to get there is to simply copy the path C:\ProgramData\ into the address bar of the explorer window and hit enter. You don’t need to enable hidden files with that approach.

ohcibi commented on March 2, 2019

@deadmanwalking why has the issue been closed?? The bug is still present with the very latest version as I have said. The fact that one can workaround this does not mean that the problem itself got solved. For the matter of this issue the program should silently create the missing directory and not just fail with a meaningless error. Please re-open it.

Squall-Leonhart commented on March 3, 2019

no, it shouldn’t create the folder, nor should it create the drs file if it is not present.
The folder should already exist and have files in it.
if it doesn’t, run a Reset to Defaults in the NVCP.

ohcibi commented on March 5, 2019

@Squall-Leonhart then the error message should be updated to tell the exact problem.

DeadManWalkingTO commented on March 6, 2019

The «C: \ ProgramData \ NVIDIA Corporation» folder should already exist after installing the driver.
Something in your system is messing with your drivers.

  1. Remove all nVidia software and drivers. (Use Display Driver Uninstaller — DDU).
  2. Reinstalling the latest Driver and PhysX ONLY (no 3D drivers, no GFEX).
  3. Check issue.
  4. Download and install the separate GeForce Experience package.
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I insist that the solution to this issue is

NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED
The issue is that when you installed your NVIDIA driver it didn’t installed correctly!
Solution:

  1. Look for the folder named Drs located in «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation».
  2. Delete the folder «Drs» (if its not there goto next step).
  3. Create a new folder with name «Drs».
  • It’s time to add Auto Update.
  • P0 state ubuntu HOT 1
  • profile inspector not loading HOT 2
  • Save window size (or revert old commit) HOT 2
  • Inspector instantly crashes on startup HOT 1
  • Application opens, but the window is not visible HOT 7
  • Same as the below issue but alt tab reveals a black inspector with only the header bar HOT 5
  • Virus in NVidiaProfileInspectorDmW-v3.3.6.2-Windows.zip HOT 5
  • NVApi excess denied HOT 1
  • Cannot drag mouse over individual letters. Also autobuild cannot find the file specified. HOT 2
  • Any changes to backport to https://github.com/Orbmu2k/nvidiaProfileInspector HOT 4
  • Cannot add Windows Store / GamePass executables HOT 1
  • How do we get rid of prompt for «Reset Window Position» ?
  • with driver version 461.09 (January 7th, 2021) saving/loading profiles does NOT work — tested even on fresh Win install HOT 2
  • .NET Framework issue HOT 2
  • DRS_SetSetting failed: NVAPI_SETTING_NOT_FOUND
  • optimize for compute mode issue.

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JarBinks commented Aug 4, 2018

I am getting the message below when trying to update some settings.
DRS_SaveSettings failed: NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED

Specifically when trying to modify «CUDA — Force P2 State» = «Off».
I am on Win10.
I have searched a few times and tried a few things:

  • DDU and reinstall NVidia drivers
  • Safe Mode, DDU and reinstall NVidia drivers
  • Looked for read only files
  • Logged in to local admin account

I am sure it is something about my setup but I have not been able to find it.
Any hit you can give would be appreciated.

I am comfortable examining, writing or modifying code if need be.

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DeadManWalkingTO commented Aug 6, 2018

I try to find the problem. (Please give me few days. Thank you!)

DeadManWalkingTO commented Oct 21, 2018

NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED
The issue is that when you installed your NVIDIA driver it didn’t installed correctly!

Solution:

  1. Look for the folder named Drs located in «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation».
  2. Delete the folder «Drs» (if its not there goto next step).
  3. Create a new folder with name «Drs».

JarBinks commented Oct 25, 2018 •

I am sorry to say that it did not fix the issue.

I added the directory «C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\Drs», which did not exist.

Things I did after, but they did not work:

  • I checked over the security on the new directory
  • I updated to the latest version of Profile Inspector
  • Rebooted the machine
  • Checked the directory security

DeadManWalkingTO commented Oct 28, 2018

  1. Remove all nVidia software and drivers. (Use Display Driver Uninstaller — DDU).
  2. Reinstalling the latest Driver and PhysX ONLY (no 3D drivers, no GFEX).
  3. Download the separate GeForce Experience package and install that afterwards.
  4. Feedback here!

Squall-Leonhart commented Nov 17, 2018

It didn’t work because you read the instructions wrong,

Deadman said «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation»

You went to «Program Files»

ohcibi commented Feb 26, 2019

@Squall-Leonhart is right. I wouldn’t call this issue ‘closed’ though since the program could just create the folder itself it its missing and not fail with a meaningless error.

A caveat of the workaround is: the Folder ProgramData is hidden. One way to get there is to simply copy the path C:\ProgramData\ into the address bar of the explorer window and hit enter. You don’t need to enable hidden files with that approach.

ohcibi commented Mar 2, 2019

@deadmanwalking why has the issue been closed?? The bug is still present with the very latest version as I have said. The fact that one can workaround this does not mean that the problem itself got solved. For the matter of this issue the program should silently create the missing directory and not just fail with a meaningless error. Please re-open it.

Squall-Leonhart commented Mar 2, 2019

no, it shouldn’t create the folder, nor should it create the drs file if it is not present.
The folder should already exist and have files in it.
if it doesn’t, run a Reset to Defaults in the NVCP.

ohcibi commented Mar 4, 2019

@Squall-Leonhart then the error message should be updated to tell the exact problem.

DeadManWalkingTO commented Mar 6, 2019 •

The «C: \ ProgramData \ NVIDIA Corporation» folder should already exist after installing the driver.
Something in your system is messing with your drivers.

  1. Remove all nVidia software and drivers. (Use Display Driver Uninstaller — DDU).
  2. Reinstalling the latest Driver and PhysX ONLY (no 3D drivers, no GFEX).
  3. Check issue.
  4. Download and install the separate GeForce Experience package.

I insist that the solution to this issue is

NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED
The issue is that when you installed your NVIDIA driver it didn’t installed correctly!
Solution:

  1. Look for the folder named Drs located in «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation».
  2. Delete the folder «Drs» (if its not there goto next step).
  3. Create a new folder with name «Drs».

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NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED about NVidiaProfileInspectorDmW HOT 10 CLOSED

I am getting the message below when trying to update some settings.
DRS_SaveSettings failed: NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED

Specifically when trying to modify «CUDA — Force P2 State» = «Off».
I am on Win10.
I have searched a few times and tried a few things:

  • DDU and reinstall NVidia drivers
  • Safe Mode, DDU and reinstall NVidia drivers
  • Looked for read only files
  • Logged in to local admin account

I am sure it is something about my setup but I have not been able to find it.
Any hit you can give would be appreciated.

I am comfortable examining, writing or modifying code if need be.

Comments (10)

I try to find the problem. (Please give me few days. Thank you!)

DeadManWalkingTO commented on October 22, 2018 1

NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED
The issue is that when you installed your NVIDIA driver it didn’t installed correctly!

Solution:

  1. Look for the folder named Drs located in «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation».
  2. Delete the folder «Drs» (if its not there goto next step).
  3. Create a new folder with name «Drs».

JarBinks commented on October 25, 2018

I am sorry to say that it did not fix the issue.

I added the directory «C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\Drs», which did not exist.

Things I did after, but they did not work:

  • I checked over the security on the new directory
  • I updated to the latest version of Profile Inspector
  • Rebooted the machine
  • Checked the directory security

DeadManWalkingTO commented on October 28, 2018

  1. Remove all nVidia software and drivers. (Use Display Driver Uninstaller — DDU).
  2. Reinstalling the latest Driver and PhysX ONLY (no 3D drivers, no GFEX).
  3. Download the separate GeForce Experience package and install that afterwards.
  4. Feedback here!

Squall-Leonhart commented on November 17, 2018

It didn’t work because you read the instructions wrong,

Deadman said «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation»

You went to «Program Files»

ohcibi commented on February 26, 2019

@Squall-Leonhart is right. I wouldn’t call this issue ‘closed’ though since the program could just create the folder itself it its missing and not fail with a meaningless error.

A caveat of the workaround is: the Folder ProgramData is hidden. One way to get there is to simply copy the path C:\ProgramData\ into the address bar of the explorer window and hit enter. You don’t need to enable hidden files with that approach.

ohcibi commented on March 2, 2019

@deadmanwalking why has the issue been closed?? The bug is still present with the very latest version as I have said. The fact that one can workaround this does not mean that the problem itself got solved. For the matter of this issue the program should silently create the missing directory and not just fail with a meaningless error. Please re-open it.

Squall-Leonhart commented on March 3, 2019

no, it shouldn’t create the folder, nor should it create the drs file if it is not present.
The folder should already exist and have files in it.
if it doesn’t, run a Reset to Defaults in the NVCP.

ohcibi commented on March 5, 2019

@Squall-Leonhart then the error message should be updated to tell the exact problem.

DeadManWalkingTO commented on March 6, 2019

The «C: \ ProgramData \ NVIDIA Corporation» folder should already exist after installing the driver.
Something in your system is messing with your drivers.

  1. Remove all nVidia software and drivers. (Use Display Driver Uninstaller — DDU).
  2. Reinstalling the latest Driver and PhysX ONLY (no 3D drivers, no GFEX).
  3. Check issue.
  4. Download and install the separate GeForce Experience package.

I insist that the solution to this issue is

NVAPI_ACCESS_DENIED
The issue is that when you installed your NVIDIA driver it didn’t installed correctly!
Solution:

  1. Look for the folder named Drs located in «C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation».
  2. Delete the folder «Drs» (if its not there goto next step).
  3. Create a new folder with name «Drs».
  • It’s time to add Auto Update.
  • P0 state ubuntu HOT 1
  • profile inspector not loading HOT 2
  • Save window size (or revert old commit) HOT 2
  • Inspector instantly crashes on startup HOT 1
  • Application opens, but the window is not visible HOT 7
  • Same as the below issue but alt tab reveals a black inspector with only the header bar HOT 5
  • Virus in NVidiaProfileInspectorDmW-v3.3.6.2-Windows.zip HOT 5
  • NVApi excess denied HOT 1
  • Cannot drag mouse over individual letters. Also autobuild cannot find the file specified. HOT 2
  • Any changes to backport to https://github.com/Orbmu2k/nvidiaProfileInspector HOT 4
  • Cannot add Windows Store / GamePass executables HOT 1
  • How do we get rid of prompt for «Reset Window Position» ?
  • with driver version 461.09 (January 7th, 2021) saving/loading profiles does NOT work — tested even on fresh Win install HOT 2
  • .NET Framework issue HOT 2
  • DRS_SetSetting failed: NVAPI_SETTING_NOT_FOUND
  • optimize for compute mode issue.

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