I was watching a YouTube video a while ago and my computer blue screened. I though nothing of it at start, but whenever I watch any video (basically anything that gets rendered (haven't tried games though)) after a period of time it blue screens. However, every time it seems to be different, occasionally it lasts a few minutes other times a few hours.
It only occurs with videos, say if I listen to music on Bandcamp, Grooveshark etc. It's fine, and the computer never blue screens.
After that, I was assuming that its a buggy flash version so I updated it, though it still seemed to blue screen. However, due to computer settings I wouldn't see the actual blue screen, it would just give me the
Windows has recovered from a serious error message after login. So I changed the settings to I can see the actual blue screen.
When the computer blue screened again, I saw the driver causing the issue. It was
nv4_disp.dll, however I just updated the Nvidia driver to the latest version, so I was under the impression that it is still flash causing the issue.
However, after trying basically everything to rectify it, nothing seems to help. I even tried changing browser, though it didn't even make the slightest difference.
OS: Windows XP Professional SP 3 Graphics Card: GeForce 9400 GT Driver version: 285.58 (It says its the latest)
Blue screen dump file info:
Bugcheck name: KERNEL_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED_M (0x1000008E) Another bugcheck name: THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER (0xEA) Caused by: nv4_disp.dll