Are you troubled with nvdisplay.container.exe causing high CPU usage? If so, this is an article you must read. As we have noticed, this issue appears especially when Nvidia graphics driver (version 430.39) is installed on your computer. This graphics driver can cause intense CPU usage on some of the computer systems and cause troubles.
Their new WHQL, however, is compatible with Windows 10 May 2019 update. It has a new or updated game profile, and moreover, it comes with a whole new feature as well. As per this feature, it can easily merge two portrait computer monitors with another landscape monitor. There are various reports saying that nvdisplay.container.exe is consuming an extreme amount of resources. Some of the reports we have read say that such issues initially noticed in mid-2018. As we see, however, the most recent issue related to this is Telemetry collecting.
What exactly is nvdisplay.container.exe?
In simplest terms, nvdisplay.container.exe is a file name. With this file name, it represents an executable file which plays the role of launching various tasks related to NVIDIA.
So, when can nvdisplay.container.exe become annoying?
Nvdisplay.container.exe is a process that executes NVIDIA-related Container processes on the computer you are using. However, in certain cases, it can relate to trojans because of the misuse of the name. It is true that nvdisplay.container.exe us, not an essential Windows system file. However, it is a part of an NVIDIA software package. It will assist in running various processes that usually runs in the background. In your computer, nvdisplay.container.exe will run automatically, and it runs as long as the computer is switched on. However, some individuals have experienced two different files that come with different purposes in your system. If you notice such an instance in your computer, that might be a sign of a malware infection. It is the duplicate file that can cause this issue. Therefore, it is important to check your computer for a malware infection if nvdisplay.container.exe consumes system resources intensely.
As we have mentioned before, nvdisplay.container.exe is directly related to NVIDIA services. Users will find other processes running in the background on their computers. The executable file is related to aspects that are mentioned below.
- NVDIA Display Container LS
- NVIDIA LocalSystem Container
- NVIDIA Network Service Container
- NVIDIA Telemetry Container services
Nvdisplay.container.exe is totally related to the functionality of the display of your computer. In fact, this respective process shows its icon in the notification panel. If you end the legitimate service file of NVIDIA, the respective icon will be disappeared. Although the icon is disappeared, the functions such as GeForce Experience will function without any issue.
In addition to that, nvdisplay.container.exe has a direct link to NVIDIA Telemetry Container service. This respective service collects the data associated with your system. Then, the collected information will be sent to the database of NVIDIA. As a matter of fact, the data collected shouldn’t comprise the information that is personally identifiable. Instead, it will contain information that is mentioned below.
- Specifications of the GPU.
- Details of the display.
- Settings of the driver.
- Settings for specific games on your computer.
- Details of the installed RAM on your computer.
- Information related to the hardware components installed on your computer.
As we have learned so far, nvdisplay.container.exe is a specific type of file that constantly runs in the background. The same functionality, in fact, can be used by different types of malware as well. Since the file’s always accessed by the system, it can be a perfect media for malware to be distributed. If you ever find a duplicate nvdisplay.container.exe process and it can be suspicious, therefore. If you see that the duplicate nvdisplay.container.exe takes about 100% of the resources, your suspicion is almost 100% accurate. Such a process can be a result of the activity of a dangerous trojan or any other type of malware.
Nvdisplay.container.exe is supposed to be running in the background. If it is a virus, the same functionality can be seen from the .exe file. However, apart from running in the background of the system, nvdisplay.container.exe malware can become very dangerous. For instance, it can be a trojan horse that allows hackers to enter your computer or the entire network. If not, it can be a spying tool that collects all your personal data, keystrokes, log in details, etc. In addition to that, it can even mine cryptocurrency as well. While doing all those things, it will utilize the resources of the respective machine. The severe danger associated with such malware is that it can work as a door for intruders. They will enter your computer, and you can imagine the rest.
With that said, you should now realize how important it is to address nvdisplay.container.exe properly. Removing the suspicious nvdisplay.container.exe and get your computer back to normal is exceptionally important by all means. In other words, terminating all the processes that are relevant to nvdisplay.container.exe is essential. In the next paragraphs of this article, we will explain the practical solutions to address this issue.
How to fix the nvdisplay.container.exe issue?
Now that you know what is nvdisplay.container.exe and what does it do. Let’s learn how to fix it.
Use an antimalware program to fix infected nvdisplay.container.exe
Do you notice that there is a duplicate process running in your system and it consumes resources intensely? If so, addressing the issue is very important at your earliest. One of the most important things to do after noticing such an issue is to perform a full computer scan. To do this, you should use a very reliable antimalware program with the latest updates. There are plenty of antimalware programs to find in the market. Before choosing a program to scan your computer, read the reviews of each antimalware program, and choose the best.
Once the scan is performed (this will take some time), you should see that the infected nvdisplay.container.exe is detected. You will see that the respective file is listed under ‘malicious,’ ‘harmful,’ ‘dangerous,’ or similar category.
Please note that nvdisplay.container.exe can mask various other cyber threats as well. Therefore, it is exceptionally important to perform such a scan at your earliest. Even if the original file is removed from the computer by the antivirus, you can address it through reinstallation. That means you can simply reinstall nvdisplay.container.exe as a fresh copy of the antimalware program deletes it. To avoid future malware infections, you should be smart enough to keep the installed antimalware program updated regularly.
Uninstall the troublesome driver
You can also consider uninstalling the troublesome Nvidia graphics driver 430.39 you’re your computer and install a fresh copy. However, you should remember that uninstalling the graphics driver is only a temporary solution. To uninstall Nvidia 430.39 graphics driver, you can use an uninstaller tool or use the control panel manually. After the uninstallation is finished, you may perform a reboot on the computer to see the problem is gone.
Delete the display driver folder in the program files
Last but definitely not the least, you can delete the driver folder from the program files as a fix. Please note that this process demands elevated privileges from the user. The following are the steps you should perform in order to get it done.
- First of all, open Windows Explorer in the troublesome computer.
- Then, follow the path mentioned below.
- “C:\Program Files\NVIDIACorporation\Display.NvContainer\plugins\LocalSystem\“
- You will then be able to see a folder called ‘DisplayDriverRAS.’ Make sure that you read the file name well and delete it. You can either right-click on it and choose the ‘Delete‘ option or simply hit the ‘Delete‘ key after selecting the folder.
- Now, follow the path “C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\.”
- You can then find a folder called ‘DisplayDriverRAS‘ and delete it. Again, you can use the right-click method or keyboard method to delete the folder.
- Close the explorer window and open ‘Windows Task Manager.’
- Then, kill the process that comes with the name ‘nvdisplay.container.exe.’ If there are multiple processes, kill them all.
- You can now reboot the computer and see the trouble is resolved for good.
We should remind you that following any of the above methods will not negate the functionality of the computer. In fact, nvdisplay.container.exe will run even after the reboot. However, to your delight, it will not consume the resources as it did previously. If you have further questions related to nvdisplay.container.exe, please let us know.