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Solved YouTube,Twitch, and GIF's are torn

Discussion in 'Internal Hardware' started by Pallister, Dec 6, 2017.

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  1. phillpower2

    phillpower2 PCHF Moderator Moderator Support Team

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    Check your Windows update history, the updates will say what version the updates are for, 1703 or 1709.

    Try and remember to make a note of when it happens, evenings, weekends etc.

    Week off work with feet up helping out on forums :) likewise I hope that you are enjoying the holidays as well (y)
     
  2. vger

    vger PCHF Manager PCHF Manager PCHF Donator

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    Any updates for us?
     
  3. Pallister

    Pallister PCHF Member PCHF Member

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    After a week or so of it being fine its now gone back to being glitched, seriously cant find out whats causing it
     
  4. Pallister

    Pallister PCHF Member PCHF Member

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    i've found out that when it happens, if i run the video on 360p or lower it works fine, but anything above and it glitches. But only when it decides to not work
     
  5. Evan Omo

    Evan Omo Computer Support Technician Moderator Support Team

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    Did you try updating your computer's BIOS to the latest version? Are you overclocking any components?

    You can also try disabling those items that I mentioned in Autoruns to confirm that its not a software conflict that is intermittingly causing the problem.
     
  6. Pallister

    Pallister PCHF Member PCHF Member

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    my IT buddy fixed the problem :) so its all g now
    no idea what he did but its fixed :p
     
  7. Evan Omo

    Evan Omo Computer Support Technician Moderator Support Team

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    Thanks for letting us know. :)
     
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