I am currently running the latest version of Chrome (Win 7 64bit, Running ATI Radeon 5650 card.) and all flash videos are showing up as a green screen.
Unchecking "enable hardware acceleration" works but since it had worked previously is there any way to make flash run properly without having to uncheck the accel?
Thanks for reporting this. I've forwarded your report along to our video team and we'll start investigating. Would you mind following the instructions listed in this document and filling out a new bug report over at bugbase.adobe.com? In particular, we'd like to get a dxdiag report and the exact url that you use when seeing the green screen issue. Do you know if this occurred with the new version of Chrome that was released a few days ago or could this have coincided with a video driver update?
When I checked through the Devise Manager, I got the response that my driver is up-to-date. However, the NVIDIA site indicated that an update was issued earlier this month. I tried to install this update but the installation failed and I had to resort to Windows' System Restore.
In the meantime, I came across a piece of advice which states that in case of a Green Screen one should right-click on the video, de-activate the 'Enable hardware acceleration' feature', and reload the web-page. I tried this out on three different videos and it worked.
Thanks a lot.
In an attempt to consolidate numerous threads about video problems with Flash Player 220.127.116.11 I've created a new post where I'd like to have people who are still encountering this issue to either post or link to an existing post with their information.
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