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Display driver r300

When i use my media player 11, i will watch a video and the screen will stop but the sound keeps on, then at the bottom there is an error message......display driver r300 has stopped responding and has recovered, how do i fix this WHEN i'm watching a video in myspace or youtube the screen goes black and in the bottom tells me that the display driver r300 has stopped working but has recover. that happens everytime please let me know how to fix because is getting on my last nerve. thank you

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Can you please provide more information regarding the problem. If this problem is stating when you maximize the video screen on youtube or myspace here what you need to do.

1. Right-click in the standard youtube video window (non-full
screen).
2. Choose 'Settings...' from the Flash Player's pop-up menu.
3. Uncheck the 'Enable Hardware Acceleration'
4. Click 'Close'. Full-screen should now work, or at least it did for me. Some kind of
Flash incompatibility with latest Firefox build, it would seem. I am
running vista, so maybe that has something to do with it, as well.

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The error might be with the Direct version.
Perform the Startup repair steps.
If not resolved perform OS repair.

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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