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    Default Computer crashing during Netflix

    So, sometimes when I watch Netflix, my computer completely freezes up and my screen goes grey.

    Like, I'll be watching something and the screen will go grey (No picture, just straight up grey), but the sound will continue for a few seconds before glitching out and then I have to do a hard reset. Doesn't happen during anything else, just Netflix. Any idea what could be up?
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    Happens to me all the time, everythings fine then I click the start the show, and all I hear is the audio with a back screen which I then have to restart my pc and it works. lol

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    Maybe it just wants to..."Chill"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_Tymplar View Post
    Maybe it just wants to..."Chill"?
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    Very funny Scotty, now beam down my clothes ShadowEye95's Avatar
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    Well it can either be a hardware issue, in which case check the temps of your hardware and ensure its performing optimally at good temps, and your processors have not died of old age or summin. If not that then its a software issue, (too much porn hurts your PC :P) Go to Event Viewer and check for any unexplained warnings / errors that might be there in the applications or systems tab. It would well be a program conflict since you said it only happens when you watch netflix.

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    Netflix uses Silverlight, make sure you have the latest version. just a thought.


 

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