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Is there any way to fix this problem when I play videos in a browser. Doesn't matter if its Chrome or Mozilla. Same goes when playing gifs, tho they stabilized after a few loops. Video playbacks seem to be fine with VLC, even when network streaming. Watching Twitch streams seems fine.

My specs are:

  • i7 920
  • Ati Radeon 4870 1GB
  • Main disk is SSD
  • Windows 10 64 bit

Here's how it looks:

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Any suggestions?

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You can try this:

  1. In your address bar type about:plugins

  2. On top right inside the windows click +Details to reveal more info on all plugins

  3. Under name look for Shockwave Flash once you've found that look at its location it should look something like this:

    C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Google\Chrom­e\Application\2X.X.XXXX.XX\PepperFlash\p­epflashplayer.dll
    
  4. Once you found the one with Pepper Flash in it Disable it.

  5. Exit out of all Chrome windows to insure that the browser restarts Sucessfully

  • Thanks for the help. But I managed to disable hardware acceleration on both browsers and now everything is rendering fine. I'll keep this as an answer for future possible solutions :) – exort May 17 '16 at 14:14

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