I figured out a really easy way to do it without it clearing the old experience.
1. Download the http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/70184 331.82 drivers.
2. Install the 331.82 drivers as a clean install(it replaces whatever drivers you have currently)
3. Once it's done, open the geforce experience and go to Preferences.
4. Select Updates and uncheck the box that says Geforce Experience under Other software.
5. Once this is done, click the drivers tab and check for updates.
6. Once the driver is downloaded, select the custom install button.
7. Notice it is installing everything except the geforce experience.
8. Select install driver and there you go! done. You can download and install any new or beta drivers without replacing the experience by using the experience itself.
Hope this helps.
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PureDeath said:This works great but what at school this doesn't work, our school system uses fortiguard to filter connections. Any ideas on how to get around this? ps. I want to stream at school mostly for working on projects ect.
Egg-Roll said:Can one who did this install a bandwidth monitoring app on the streaming computer to find out how much actually leaves the network as tethering my phone to the shield and playing a game that's running at home while on break at work be awesome
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