And if you disable Hardware Acceleration?
I have an issue with my flashplayer on Mozilla :
- Hardware Acceleration enabled.
- Green screen upon loading any video.
- When I toggle full screen, green screen go off and the video plays normally.
So my point here is : can I remove the green screen automatically ? Without full screen/back to normal size ?
Edit : I have the right drivers for my graphic card, just checked them.
Oh, and when I load a video, my computer freezes for like 3sec.
Yes, when I disable Hardware Acceleration everything is normal.
My point is, can I use the hardware acceleration without having all this issues ?
Hi, Pat will need to know what Operating System you are using and if it's a 64bit or 32bit system. Also browsers used and version numbers.
Also it would be helpful to know what websites you experience this with too.
Pat won't be back on the Forum until later this evening, so if you can post that info it would speed things up.
Hardware Acceleration is fine if your video adapter and its device driver fully supports it.
Do you have the latest driver installed?
I have Windows 7-32bits. Mozilla Firefox 4.0.1
I assume that I can use the Hardware Acceleration, because everything was working fine like 1 month ago.
Yes, I have the latest drivers installed.
My graphic card is : ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4500/5100 Series with 1769mb.
For the website it's all of them, that uses flashplayer.
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Your hardware may not have been supported by that version of Flash Player. It would not have used Hardware Acceleration at the time.
Now with the newest Flash Player version your hardware may be supported, but the hardware & drivers may not handle it correctly.
So until you have better drivers installed, you may just need to disable HA.
So .... you're saying that I have to wait for AMD to release new drivers ?
It still doesn't work.
Well, I guess i'll have to wait.
Thanks for the help.
I have the same issue. I just updated my AMD drivers to the latest (which are beta drivers) and now I have green video with hardware acceleration enabled. Turning it off fixes it, for now. The processing speed isn't the issue, but the video playback quality isn't as good with software.
System: Phenom II 1090T / Radeon 4870
Done via bug interface. #3288931
Edit: updating to latest player fixed the issue