Logitech G HUB Stuck on Loading Screen: How to Fix?

Logitech G HUB Stuck on Loading Screen is a common error where you are trying to open the program, but it just won’t run. The issue can turn frustrating when the program doesn’t run even if you run it as an administrator mode.

There are countless complaints about the issue, and I believe Logitech will soon release a software update to patch this situation. But for the time being, here is how you can temporarily fix Logitech G HUB Stuck on Loading Screen issue on your PC.

Logitech G HUB Stuck on Loading Screen: How to Fix?

If the program is stuck at the loading screen, then there are many possible scenarios that might be causing the issue.

The option always available is to uninstall and reinstall, but it takes a lot of time, which means if you have limited time, then it would be a waste, and by this, your all saved data of games will be wiped, so you need to be prepared for it.

The best idea is to close the app and turn it on again, which in most cases works. Here is how it’s done.

Method 1: Restarting Logitech G HUB application

The most efficient way that I found is, First of all, Close Logitech G Hub App Window and then from the task tray, right-click on the “G HUB” App icon, and then click on quit as shown below.

Then in Task Manager, search for LGHUB, LGHUB Agent, and LGHUB Updater process (found under the background processes tab). Nearly all processes related to G HUB. Right-Click on each process one by one and then click End task as shown in the image below.

Logitech G HUB Stuck on Loading Screen: How to Fix?

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After ending all processes related to G HUB in task manager, Navigate to the directory C:/Program files/LGHUB

Now run these applications as an administrator one by one, and for this, just left-click on each one by one and choose run as administrator.

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That was the final step. After running the first three executable files(.exe files) – when you run the lghub.exe file. Then BOOM!! Logitech G Hub App will now get open, and your problem is resolved now.

Note: In case the problem didn’t fix, this means the app needs an update. So run lghub_updater.exe in the administrative mode, as shown below.

Logitech G HUB Stuck on Loading Screen: How to Fix?

Wait for a few minutes to complete the update and then run the app again. Make sure to keep a stable internet connection while updating.

Also Read: How to Fix Logitech Options Not Working on Windows

Method 2: Reinstall Logitech G HUB application

If the problem didn’t fix yet, then there are chances that the installation files got corrupt anyhow. But no worries, as you can uninstall the current version and reinstall again easily. Fo this, follow the below steps.

Step 1: Close Logitech G Hub App Window, and then from the task tray, right-click on the “G HUB” App icon and then click on the quit option.

Step 2: Navigate to the directory where the program is installed. That is C:/Program files/LGHUB and delete all contents.

Step 3: Navigate to C:\Users\(username)\AppData\Roaming and delete the LGHUB folder.

Step 4: Now download the
latest installer for Logitech G HUB and install it normally.

Note: In case you’re not able to uninstall Logitech G HUB uninstall option, Go to the control panel >>programs and features >> remove software and remove Logitech G HUB from there.

Conclusion

This is how you can easily solve the issue if your Logitech G HUB software is stuck at the loading screen. The issue is pretty minor and, most of the time, it fixes itself with a simple PC reboot. However, it may be because of a missing file or outdated software. In case you are having any issues following the above guide, then let us know down below. I will be happy to help you out.

Comments

  1. Thanks. Killing the LG HUB processed in Task Manager fixed it for me. I was then able to load G Hub from the Start menu without manually starting the various processes.

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