|16 Mar 2011||#1|
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Windows 7 Home Premium Local Video and Youtube Video Crashing/Freeze
I bought a brand new laptop 2 weeks ago and the specs are:
Laptop: Asus N53Jf
CPU: Intel Icore 5-460M, 2.53GHZ
VGA: Nvidia GeForce GT 425M; VRAM; 1GB ()
Display: 15.6" HD/LED BL
I have been getting this problem where I couldn't watch video (locally on any player such as VLC, WMP, etc and any files such as avi, mpeg, rmvb etc) as it will crash after few minutes of watching and force me to pull the power plug from the laptop in order to reboot.
The laptop also have problem displaying the video properly on youtube as it will freeze the video for about 2-3 secs for every 2 minutes or so. No crashing so far though.
I suspect it could be the video card issue but have no idea what went wrong with it. I'm going to update the drivers version to the latest tonight and see if it will get better.
In the meantime, could I please ask for help/advice from any experts here? I have pull the plug for about 8-9 times since i first bought it and consider I spent $1200 on this machine it really hurts me and I'm just desperately looking for a solution.
Please let me know if you need further information. Thanks everyone for your attention and i look forward to seeing your advice soon.
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