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Maleboe

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I posted a picture I took of it.

 

Running WIndows 10.When streaming videos on youtube it does this after an hour or so. Any ideas why it might be doing that?

 

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Edited by Maleboe, 23 April 2019 - 06:29 AM.

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Install latest version of graphic driver if latest version won't resolve the issue try previous version of the graphic card driver.


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Nemesis-Dinu

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Its Definetly a Graphic card Driver issue,

 

Go to Device manager, under Display adapters, right click on the Display Drivers and Click on Uninstall and restart the system let the Windows 10  re-install the drivers on its own.

 

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