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Strange problem with video
I have had this problem for about 9 months. The reason is somehow related to the autoplay of multimedia on web pages. Technical information is given at the end.
After starting work on the computer, all functions work correctly. The video plays normally. After several hours of working at the computer, scrolling through the feed on Instagram (before the video appears in the feed), or viewing stories, or opening a video on YouTube, the web page freezes for a few seconds, after which the screen also turns off for a few seconds (not goes blank), and when it is turned back on, the video either does not play at all showing the loading animation, or only the sound is played, and instead of the video, only a rectangle filled with a random color (black, green, pink) appears.
After that, ALL videos in ALL open tabs stop playing again. Google spreadsheets also stop working (sometimes it also happens because of them, not the video).
This issue also affects other programs on this PC. For example, Telegram Desktop. It shows previews of images and videos, stickers and GIFs, but when I try to open an image to full screen or play a video, the screen goes completely black. But at this time the video is playing and I can hear the sound. Although the mouse cursor is not showing, the controls work and I can close the view in the upper right corner.
Restarting programs does not solve the problem, but ending the Windows session or restarting helps.
OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (21H2) Firefox: 103.0.1 64-bit currently, problems started since 80s version Hardware: Intel Core i3-7100 CPU @ 3.90GHz; RAM 8Gb; Intel HD Graphics 630
What has already been done:
- disabling all add-ons - memory test using memtest - complete reinstallation of windows with formatting of the system disk
How can I gather logs or technical information about these crashes to find the cause?
PS. Sorry for the mistakes in the text. this is google translate
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Did you check if your router was causing this since you said it starts out working then gradually the problem emerges? When it crashes it should technically produce a crash report. And What A/V are you using?
Did you check if your router was causing this since you said it starts out working then gradually the problem emerges?
The problem does not emerges gradually. It happens unexpectedly.
When it crashes it should technically produce a crash report.
The browser does not crash. It freezes for a few seconds and continues but without video support.
And What A/V are you using?
What do you mean by A/V?
A/V Antivirus. Router issues doesn't happen suddenly appear as well either. So how old is that router and how many devices are connected. Also could be O/S related as well.