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Have a great New Year and thanks for your help. This must be the single most annoying issue i have ever had, finally i can use my PC again. So I downloaded the program HayDukeLives suggested and emailed those screen shots to you as they are Greek to me. Also i have tried to disable hardware accelerations on the video, but... More about the author

EDIT: RShea most likely has it though. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Once it has finished running zip the folder TSF_XP_Support which can be found in your Documents folder. Get the answer yotmam12Jul 1, 2014, 10:09 PM EpicStarman said: Blue screens are usually caused due to RAM failure. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/all-web-videos-give-me-blue-screen-of-death-519707/

Blue Screen When Streaming Video

You can also check your hard drive for any errors. It works, if you can get it done before you get a BSOD! Does it happen also if you play, say, a DVD or a movie from a cell phone? - If you run the video tests from dxdiag, what happens? - What error I was trying to watch an online video in Internet Explorer 8, and I got a Blue Screen.

CuNaMoJul 1, 2014, 10:01 PM Hello,I was looking at the following webpage:http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/tennis-busted-racquet/serena-williams-struggles-to-start-her-doubles-match--retires-after-just-three-games-155957324.htmlWhen suddenly my computer crashed to a Blue Screen! Thanks for your suggestions. XP: Go to Start -> Control Panel -> System Go to Advanced Under the Startup and Recovery section, click Settings... It may be related to my ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850, maybe even other things which I can't be sure of...also, I mentioned that I got similar BSODs with my old

Click OK in the System Properties window. Blue Screen While Watching Video By the way, I was able to watch several Youtube videos normally yesterday, but on one occassion I did get that BSOD. So I have received these kinds of BSODs when trying to play videos on ConsumerReports using both Firefox (version 3.6 I think) and IE8...and using both my old version of ATI http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2134107/blue-screen-watching-website-videos.html smorizioJul 1, 2014, 10:13 PM make sure yur mb bios is up to date to rule out bios bug.

Thanks for the help davearn 0 solutions 1 answers Posted 3/20/11, 1:36 PM If you CANNOT "disable" the hardware acceleration from Flash settings mini-window, perform the following: 1. Even if you're sure it might be interesting to use System Restore on one of the machines to go back in time to when it still worked. Windows Update should be able to get you the latest version of these, but if not then let me know and I'll point you in the right direction. AND, you don't have to take your computer's life in your hands by updating your video drivers.

Blue Screen While Watching Video

Arg2: fffff8800f23de20, The pointer into responsible device driver module (e.g. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/388473/bsod-when-trying-to-play-online-videos/ Now look at Microsoft and how their products evolve thru time, You can actually see it and feel it! Blue Screen When Streaming Video Back to top #15 Broni Broni The Coolest BC Computer BC Advisor 41,471 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Daly City, CA Local time:12:09 AM Posted 03 April 2011 - 05:11 PM Unless High Precision Event Timer I mentioned Flash, Windows Mediaplayer and Real Player.

Like I said initially, if my memory serves correctly, I believe that at least once I did get a BSOD when trying to play a video on ConsumerReports when using Firefox my review here close out the windows. 5. Please ask a new question if you need help. You'll have to reboot manually when an error appears. Adobe Flash

The real issue here seems to be: you most likely have an ATI Radeon HDx video card running your monitor. If you have and they all pass then there is a basic troubleshooting of blue screen errors: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../cc750081.aspx and also: check for all updates and service packs or patches to any Thanks! http://agileweb.org/blue-screen/again-bsod.php Don't know really why or how that worked but it did work.

I have DDS logs if those are appropriate here Any help with this would be great to have. When I speak of online videos, I am really just talking about 2 sites (I haven't even tried watching videos on many other sites): Youtube and ConsumerReports. Receiving email attachments as...

I then refreshed the page and it was alright...is that driver still a concern to you?

Go back into the Control Panel>Display>Settings>Advanced>Troubleshoot; and move the HW acceleration bar back to where it was originally (otherwise, all your other graphics on the computer will be slow ...) This Click here to Register a free account now! NOTE: If you do NOT have this choice, quickly study the icons at the bottom: on MY display, the left-most was an icon that resembled a video monitor: click on that Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.

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My WebsiteMy help doesn't cost a penny, but if you'd like to consider a donation, click Back to top #3 ncs22 ncs22 Topic Starter Members 51 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Happy New Year to you all. Your solution allowed me to avoid the BSOD when first using Flash (on youtube) so I could access the Hardware Acceleration checkbox and turn this off. rdmdog1 1 solutions 4 answers Posted 3/8/11, 8:36 PM Helpful Reply Further: if you CAN'T get the 'enable hardware acceleration' box de-clicked before you get the blue screen, do this: SOMEhow,

As far as updates go, I do not do Microsoft updates, as I always thought they slowed the machine down over time. I only use Firefox and always use the most updated version. You're like Linux devs already - each tiny program update calls for new OS release. One of the missing ones possibly could hold a solution to the problem (but no way of saying for certain over the internet and knowing much more about the full system

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