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Reply With Quote 12-31-2011,07:10 AM #7 RShea View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Feb 2006 Location Among Greatness All Around Posts 4,423 For the Bad Pool Header Stop From now on, when a problem causes a BSOD or another major error that halts the system, Windows 7 will not force a reboot. 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. I AM the IT guy, I have searched countless forums without getting the answer so I am finally reaching out. have a peek here

If you CANNOT "disable" the hardware acceleration from Flash settings mini-window, perform the following: 1. I have a new Fujitsu laptop, so I am really puzzled as to what is up, as my old laptop never did this and the Fujitsu has like 4 times the AND, you don't have to take your computer's life in your hands by updating your video drivers. The only in common issue I noticed was it did happen many times when streaming Netflix videos, but last time I streamed a Netflix video, it worked. this website

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  4. Vertix 0 solutions 2 answers Posted 6/29/11, 12:56 AM Yes, disabling HW accel does the trick!
  5. Note: If you're viewing the Small icons or Large icons view of Control Panel, you won't see this link.
  6. You can then write it down and start googling the stuff (there could be a dump file of the error too that would be helpful to a very knowledgeable computer tech
  7. THEN: navigate down to 'settings', click on it, and you should have the choice: "disable hardware acceleration".
  8. Maybe I will download Chrome and try that for awhile.

by MarkFlax Forum moderator / March 10, 2011 7:14 PM PST In reply to: I've seen this the other day Glad that quick fix worked for you as well as the You should find your minidumps under c:\windows\minidump. I previously tried installing the Adobe Flash 9.0 plugin and this resolved the issue as well but I was concerned about being on an unsupported version. Then you can update Adobe Flash, and it will remember that you have disabled this process, and you will be fine with the latest firefox and flash updates (so far).

Thanks for the help I was having the exact same problem and disabling the hardware acceleration on Adobe worked for me. High Precision Event Timer Been having trouble seeing YouTube video's for the last couple of weeks ,been trying everything I could think of , after following Mark's instructions , BINGO it works ... DVDs and such work fine.I will try the BSOD and get back to you. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista/blue-screen-after-watching-videos-on-youtube-hulu/eb82636c-f492-4d1e-bf61-d11dbe0b7817 To my knowledge there have been no new updates installed as for windows and all the browsers are the latest up-to-date versions.

The thing is, there's NO way to get your old version of the Catalyst support software back once you have updated, so don't do it unless you know how to save My own browser Flash plugin for example has this setting set (hardware acceleration enabled), and the test at the Adobe web site works for me, as do all Flash videos. Back to top #15 Broni Broni The Coolest BC Computer BC Advisor 41,452 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Daly City, CA Local time:12:54 PM Posted 03 April 2011 - 05:11 PM Unless Running: Windows XP SP3 Intel Core2 Quad Yorkfield 2.83 GHz Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P LGA 775 P45 ATX Mobo WD Caviar Blue 320GB HD G.Skill 4gb RAM DDR2 1066 (2x2GB) EVGA GeForce GTX

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You're like Linux devs already - each tiny program update calls for new OS release. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/all-web-videos-give-me-blue-screen-of-death-519707/ it may solve your problem as things like web vids depend on it and will bsod when they dont find it. Blue Screen While Watching Video 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 Hpet Bios Everything works fine with Adobe version WIN 10.1.102.64 and you might look for a download to install this version if you can't use 'system restore'.

Mark's answer worked. navigate here A few pics that may help you help me. Thanks for the help davearn 0 solutions 1 answers Posted 3/20/11, 1:36 PM If you CANNOT "disable" the hardware acceleration from Flash settings mini-window, perform the following: 1. But it may still be relevant.Glad that sorted it for you.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - To Angelica9800. Adobe Flash

Reply With Quote 12-30-2011,04:09 PM #6 liv2ski View Profile View Forum Posts Last Survivor of the NPG Join Date Aug 2007 Location At the beach Posts 7,824 Well, I still have going to http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about - and right clicking on the logo, then disabling hardware acceleration in settings worked a treat. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Check This Out Appreciate your help!!

That surely would prove it IS an update. Windows 7 using Firefox Browser. The real issue here seems to be: you most likely have an ATI Radeon HDx video card running your monitor.

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Click OK in the System Properties window. By the way, I was able to watch several Youtube videos normally yesterday, but on one occassion I did get that BSOD. After resetting IE I tested the CR video and I did not BSOD. Windows 7?

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There was a time not too long ago when I could do so problem-free...but no more. Even if you're sure it might be interesting to use System Restore on one of the machines to go back in time to when it still worked. Attached is a zip of the minidump file. Thanks for your suggestions.

I will work on what you suggested. Reply With Quote 12-31-2011,07:52 AM #8 liv2ski View Profile View Forum Posts Last Survivor of the NPG Join Date Aug 2007 Location At the beach Posts 7,824 As always, thanks for