BSOD When I Play Flash Videos
This problem occurs while using the ATI HD 6950.A very similar problem occurs if I'm using the ATI HD 6750 except instead of green screening the video, it will crash whatever The real issue here seems to be: you most likely have an ATI Radeon HDx video card running your monitor. rdmdog1 1 solutions 4 answers Posted 3/8/11, 8:27 PM Chosen Solution Upon further study, please don't go down the road to perdition I have trod. I replaced it and now everything is fine again. Source
Great! though just under it was:... gc28 Laptop Support 9 01-11-2011 07:51 AM Acer Apire One Linpus Lite, boots to blue screen then hangs Hi, just found this forum via a google search and hope you can While this is going on, in the bottom right of the desktop it will pop up saying that the Display Driver Stopped Responding and has recovered. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/289063-bsod-mostly-while-using-flash-player.html
Disable Hardware Acceleration
I have had the same problem ever since Firefox updated itself and I followed their recommendation to update Adobe Flash also. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Ultimite x64 . Disabling hardware accel fixed this problem. From this window, you'll see a slide bar for HW Acceleration; drag it all the way to the left (to "None"). 4.
Thanks for the intellect! more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed If you CANNOT "disable" the hardware acceleration from Flash settings mini-window, perform the following: 1. It may be that this later version of Flash causes problems for some video cards that do not support "Hardware-accelerated H.264 decoding";http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/fplayer10_1_hardware_acceleration.htmlI didn't read it all, and I notice it talks
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But, I had HUGE issues when I updated my driver at the AMD site (vers. 11.2) and in fact had to use 'system restore' to get any semblance of stability back. From this window, you'll see a slide bar for HW Acceleration; drag it all the way to the left (to "None"). 4. Another interesting point is, i never get a BSOD while video is playing. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed.
- This thread suggests better scrubbing of the Nvidia drivers before reinstalling them.
- Your solution allowed me to avoid the BSOD when first using Flash (on youtube) so I could access the Hardware Acceleration checkbox and turn this off.
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- Thanks for the suggestion kind sir and I hope your suggestion helps future people with this very annoying problem.
- Does it happen also if you play, say, a DVD or a movie from a cell phone? - If you run the video tests from dxdiag, what happens? - What error
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Blue Screen Of Death
going to http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about - and right clicking on the logo, then disabling hardware acceleration in settings worked a treat. it would be impossible to get the code. 06-11-2011, 10:36 PM #4 TechnoGenius Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2011 Location: Vancouver Posts: 42 OS: Windows 7 Hello. Disable Hardware Acceleration Bleib View Public Profile Find all posts by Bleib (#21) Extraordinary Ancient Guru Videocard: EVGA GTX980 SC ACX2.0 4GB Processor: FX-8350 @ 4.8GHz / H100i Mainboard: ASUS Crosshair Adobe Flash Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
Upscaling even 720p videos result in artefacts and some 320-480 are borderline unplayable. this contact form Back to top #11 Broni Broni The Coolest BC Computer BC Advisor 41,443 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Daly City, CA Local time:08:29 AM Posted 03 April 2011 - 12:28 PM Close Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS Guru3D.com Forums > Videocards > Videocards - AMD Radeon Catalyst Drivers Section Does Flash Player Hardware Acceleration cause BSODs for you I always thought it was a windows problem to have a blue screen but now I'm thinking it could be the bios???any ideas?...
Go to Control Panels, select Display 2. is very complicated. Darth Vader says “There’ll be no one to stop us this time” - what happened last time? have a peek here Upon further study, please don't go down the road to perdition I have trod.
does not lockup or blue screen doing anything else. Tree Dude View Public Profile Find all posts by Tree Dude (#9) Fender178 Ancient Guru Videocard: GTX 1070 FTW +105c/+105m Processor: i7 4790k @ 4.4ghz Mainboard: Asus Z97 Pro Further: if you CAN'T get the 'enable hardware acceleration' box de-clicked before you get the blue screen, do this: SOMEhow, get the older version of Adobe Flash enabled (10.1.102.64), navigate to
Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 06-11-2011, 10:09 PM #2 lorjack TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Nov 2007 Location: Planet Earth Posts: 2,967 OS: XP, Win7 Whats the Vertix 0 solutions 2 answers Posted 6/29/11, 12:56 AM Yes, disabling HW accel does the trick! Greetings, Daniel. It works, if you can get it done before you get a BSOD!
Windows does give me the following date for the driver: 27th of September 2012From what i understand, the BSODs that are caused by the conflict between Flash x64 and the ATI It happens more rarely though. Content available under a Creative Commons license. Check This Out AND, you don't have to take your computer's life in your hands by updating your video drivers.
DVDs and such work fine.I will try the BSOD and get back to you. http://i.imgur.com/lfheT5d.jpg Oh and I haven't used Flash for Youtube in months. Don't know really why or how that worked but it did work. Answer: Yes Firefox 30 26.55% Answer: Yes Chrome 22 19.47% Answer: Yes IE 10 8.85% Answer: No Firefox 42 37.17% Answer: No Chrome 48 42.48% Answer: No IE 28 24.78% Multiple
Ok the blue screen error is 0x000000E3 and was happening in windows 7 & vista before it, so I had booted from disk to format and half-way through the format it I have 100% secunia system score, all programs are up to date including adobe flash player. I really really don't recommend doing that! Previously I could not get to this quickly enough before the BSOD kicked in.
I am going to take a stab in the dark and assume you used the latest version 11.2.I have managed to resolve my problem by upgrading flash player to the current My system: Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-78LMT-S2P (BIOS on version FDc) CPU: AMD FX8150 Eight-Core GPU: AMD Radeon HD7850 (Driver on version 12.104-130328a-155980C-ATI) RAM: 4GB DDR3 (I don't exactly remember the brand) I