Video driver crashes sometimes when in full screen mode
When watching videos the screen will go black and then after you hit the escape key it will say in the bottom right corner of the screen on the main screen that the driver has stopped responding but has sucessfully recovered it has beendoing this since I got the computer
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Turn Off the computer, now as soon as you hit the power button, keep on holding "Alt" key & keep on tapping "F10 key,ie: Alt+F10, it will open the recovery console ,select full factory restore and follow on screen instruction. (Note:this will erase all datas on the computer) orDuring the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setupPress and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS you can load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults ,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart
Netbooks have very slow processors and graphics cards compared to their laptop and desktop counterparts. You could try and see if their is an update for the video drivers but you might just be screwed. I had an acer netbook and it sometimes had problem with full screen video, it would glitch well watching it.
Hi, The problem is generally caused by corrupt video drivers. Restart the computer, and before anything starts to appear on the screen , start tapping on F8 key on the keyboard slowly a couple of times. Select safe mode option and hit enter. If you are able to login in safe mode . The problem is with the video driver. Uninstall the video drivers from device manager and restart your computer.
What type of Video Card in in the laptop? check the laptop case on left side of keyboard sometimes stickes are there saying what type. I have seen ATI Mobility cards in laptops that have all the software working on the machine properly, but the display driver is either bad and cirrupt and causes the machine to reboot, or its a fualty video card that can cause the machine to crash.
Easy way to check, boot the machine and as windows XP boots press the F8 key (this enters safe mode) when menu appears choose safe mode with networking. and let it continue. if it boots up and continues to a display and doesn't crash, the video driver is bad. then just uninstall the video driver, then go to the nabufacturers website and download a new video driver for your model laptop.
Your video driver crashed. Have you installed a video game or Fusion tv tuner recently. deinstal and reload your video driver. holding down the F8 key while booting go into control mode (which doesn't load drivers) delete app, then load drivers from your CD.
That's because this is a quad. It compresses all 4 video feeds into 1 file. When you play it back, it decompresses the video and shows you each camera. Playback through this unit is the only way to see 1 camera at a time.
To be able to copy 1 camera shot to a DVD, this is what you need to do:
You need to have a TV with Video in and Video out jacks.
Connect the Quad to the TV Video in jack and connect the TV Video out jack to your DVD Video in jack. Playback a single camera shot on the quad to the TV and hit record on your DVD. - The DVD will record whatever is shown on the TV.
try reinstalling media player 11 and then install K-lite codec from http://filehippo.com/download_klite_codec_pack/
and still if the problem presist install VLC player its an subsitute to windows mediaplayer.
for further troubleshooting i need your computer details like modle,make,operating system.