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Right click on the video showing green screen.
Select “Settings” from the menu.
Clear the Enable hardware acceleration check box.
Close the window and reload the page.
Open the site again and watch the video.
What happens under the hood is that GPU rendering becomes incompatible with the system hardware. Other reasons for this problem can be outdated video card drivers, outdated flash drives, etc.
One of the really irritating problems with Windows 10 is when you see a green screen during video playback. Typically, this problem occurs due to a GPU reading problem and occurs with NVIDIA graphics cards.
Green screen when playing back videos
What happens under the hood is that the GPU rendering becomes incompatible with the system hardware. Other reasons for this problem may be obsolete graphics card drivers, obsolete Flash drives, etc. To solve this problem, you must first turn off GPU-accelerated display in your browser. Well, the method varies from browser to browser. So let’s take it one at a time.
1] Disable GPU rendering
Google Chrome users :
First open Google Chrome and click the Menu button (by clicking the button with the three items at the top right). Then click Settings
After opening the Settings page, scroll down to find the button labeled Advanced and click it.
Under the section named System, turn off the Use Hardware Acceleration acceleration switch, if available
It is now displayed whether hardware acceleration or GPU rendering is disabled or not.
To disable hardware acceleration in Firefox, open the browser > Options.
Descend a little below the General section to see the performances. Disable option Use hardware acceleration when available.
Internet Explorer User:
Type inetcpl.cpl in the search field and press Enter. The’IE Properties’ window opens. Go to tab Advanced.
Under Accelerated graphics, Check button Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering.
Now press OK and restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
Check if the problem persists. If this is the case, try the other method below.
2] Update your video card drivers
Open Device Manager
from the WinX menu .
Expand the list of Display Adapters
Right-click the list on your NVIDIA graphics card and select Enable
Right click again and click Update Driver Software… ;
A new window opens. Click Automatically check driver software update
If Windows now detects your graphics card and the latest driver, that’s great ! If not, proceed to the next step.
Right-click again and click Update Driver Software
Then click Browse my computer to find the driver software.
Then click Let me choose from a list of device drivers on my computer
Finally, select a compatible driver for your computer named NVIDIA graphics card and continue.
Complete the entire process. Then restart your PC so that the changes take effect. This will help you update your video driver.
This should ultimately solve the problems caused by NVIDIA graphics cards and GPU-accelerated rendering.
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