|22 Jun 2010||#1|
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Issues with Adobe Flash 10.1 or latest NVIDIA 257.21 drivers or both?
I can't tell exactly which could be causing these issues as I updated my flash to 10.1 and my NVIDIA drivers to the latest 257.21 (upgrading from 197.45) at the same time, but I am now (coincidentally?) seeing the two following issues:
1) When playing embedded flash videos in web pages, there is sometimes a green/garbled area on parts of the screen that I never noticed before
2) In re-generating thumbnails of flv videos on my computer, various ones' thumbnail previews are a mostly (or totally) grey/garbled/snow-screen picture
Anyone else experiencing this or having similar issues with one or the other or both?
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|24 Jun 2010||#4|
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I also share the same issues but it is a bit different. When I tick enabled hardware acceleration, the video turns green and an error message pops up which says that display driver has stopped working and has recovered.
When I untick the hardware acceleration on flash, I get no errors. I also have the latest NVIDIA drivers installed as well. This problem has been bugging me since I updated Flash to 10.1!
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