So I just installed the newest version of Adobe Flash Player (I had to so I could watch a video on YouTube) and now every time I watch a video, there is a green bar across the bottom of the screen and there is 2 of everything (almost like shadows of the images on the videos). Had this problem earlier so I uninstalled this version of Flash and it worked fine, was forced to update again (YouTube) and now the issue is back. Please help!! I am guessing there is something wrong with the Flash update?? I just need some assistance.
Windows 7 Pro (64-bit)
Same issue except the green bar is at the top for me. Here is a link with my thread and i posted a picture of what it looks like
lol if anyoen has any solutions let me know
Found a solution online. I am assuming you have an NVIDIA video card, what you have to do is manually go to the NVIDIA website and get your video card driver from there. That is what I had to do and it works fine now.
If you have any questions let me know.
What version of Flash Player do you guys have installed? The 11.3 release should have stopped that green line from being displayed with older drivers. Glad you got your drivers update though (it's the better solution, as now you'll most likely get accelerated video playback when available.)
UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!!! My computer did a Windows Update and now the green bar is back!!!!!!!! HELP!! BenypX23, I have 11.3, and NVIDIA says I have the latest driver.......is there one that I need to look for manually?
I have the same issue. Green bar on the bottom of videos. E.g. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL2d0wSCNRs&feature=g-all-s. I have Windows 7 x64 Pro, latest Nvidia driver installed (NVIDIA NVS 4200M 296.88) and latest Flash player (11.3.300.257). Only disabling HW acceleretion helps, but I regard it as workaround, not solution. Is there by chance any solution now?
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