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Windows 7: Warning 4101

14 Jan 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Warning 4101

Hi, in the last 3 days I have problems with watching video clips online. Every time i start a clip no matter from what site is going around 2-3 minutes and the screen go black for 2 second and when it restore the clip is not seen any more it showing green screen but it continue to go and the music is working to.I am able to watch movies without problems and clips from the computer in different formats. Anyway i check the logs and is shoes ''event 4101 display drive nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered''. I have install windows 7 ultimate one year ago and it worked perfectly til 3 days ago never had problems with the video clips. I have try updating the driver automatic and even try manual download, nothing. I even update the bios of the computer nothing change.Try updating every program that may have something to do with watching clips or video, nothing. I don't have any more ideas and i start to get really desperate because i really hate something to be wrong with the computer and not to know what! So please if any one knows how to fix this i thank in advance:)

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14 Jan 2011   #2
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64

shaneid, welcome to the Seven Forums.

Let's try an easy fix (for most that have had what you are describing). When watching a video online right click on it and select Settings and if checked, uncheck the following,

Warning  4101-flashhwaccel.png

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15 Jan 2011   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Sorry for taking so long to reply but i wanted to check if it really is going to work on different web sites :) And so far i holding! Thanks very much.
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