I can still hear audio. If you were trying to upgrade to Windows 10, you could try to upgrade one more time, but this time you can try using a. Once you know the device causing the issue, disconnect it, restart your computer, and then do a search online to see if there's a fix, or contact your device manufacturer for assistance. Quick Tip: Alternatively, you can also select the Delete the driver software for this device option to remove the driver from your device. It's not such a big issue for me, because I do not watch Youtube that much, but is is quite annoying. Wright's articles have been published on various websites with a focus on technical fields such as computers and the Internet, and were also featured in a now-retired publication for an online artistic community.
Downloading and installing the latest driver for your display adapter can resolve these types of problems. Please provide us the information : 1. At that point, the screen goes completely blank, but I can still hear the audio from the video. Anyway, thanks again for this post!!! In the theater mode or a small Youtube box, there is not a problem. To determine whether or not your account is causing problems, while in safe mode, you can create a new local account, and if it works, you should consider moving to the new account. I updated the bios update released not too long ago. This problem is only when I want to watch in full screen mode.
If you're using a third-party antivirus or another kind of security software, you can remove to determine whether the application is causing the problem. Since these changes aren't always obvious, checking for a browser update should be one of your first troubleshooting steps. Reinstalling or rolling back graphics driver Usually, a computer may experience a black screen due to a buggy or compatibility issue with a graphics driver, which might you have installed manually or through Windows Update. You can find out which one is causing the problem by reconnecting one peripheral at a time until you stumble upon the one causing the conflict. I've done clean installs of the video driver. In answer to your questions: 1. When I´m pressing full screen on youtube videos the screen goes black and sometimes white and it says that the driver stopped working or something like that, driver for display ofc, and I have to restart to fix this problem which is annoying.
I updated the display adapter drivers, but this had no effect. If your browser isn't up to date, download and install the latest version to see if that removes the conflict. In this scenario, the best course of action is to wait around three to six hours to give the setup a chance to complete whatever it may be doing. Use Different Browser Another way to find out if the problem is browser-specific is by using another browser. During log off, Windows Update kicks in and computer reboots.
What's even weirder is that the video will display as soon as it loses focus, but again disappears once I return the focus to it. My primary monitor is screen no. But it will randomly turn to black at weird times. Detecting display In many cases, you'll see a black screen on your device, because Windows 10 lost its connection to the display. And when they return to the normal browser screen, this problem gets resolved and video starts playing along with the music and annotations. Yes, absolutely, I only do not have the black square, it's completely white screen. My Display settings for both monitors indicate that text, apps, and other items should be displayed at 125% size I find 100% too small.
One of YouTube's features is the ability to play videos in full screen mode, useful for viewing gameplay and high definition videos. I replaced my laptop 3 times but that issue is still there. Also recommend you to visit Lenovo support site and see if you can find and install Windows 10 drivers: Compatibility mode runs the program using settings from a previous version of Windows. I hope the thing disappears with El Capitan end of the month. Also, you may experience this behavior while upgrading to a new feature update or applying a new cumulative update.
I go into fullscreen and boom. Update Flash Player Flash is the multimedia player that your browsers use to play YouTube videos, and you should always have the most recent version on your computer. Another thing I just discovered: I am using a Lenovo ThinkPad Workstation Dock to connect my laptop to my two monitors. Once you've completed the steps, repeat the steps again for every item until you can determine the item that's causing the problem. After your device is in safe mode, there are several troubleshooting steps that can help you to fix the black screen problem, such as reinstalling the graphics driver, removing buggy updates, changing system settings, and more as shown below. You won't lose your files, but depending on your current configuration, you may lose some settings, apps, and updates. After this has completed, restart the notebook.
Edit: Another thing is that sometimes I randomly get a really big cursor, like now for example. Let us know in the comments below. Recommended Resolution on all monitors is 1920x1080 and that is what they all are. Also, if you're working with a system that includes a discrete and integrated graphics card, you can switch to the integrated video processor to confirm whether the problem is with the discrete card. The screen just goes black but I can hear the audio so the video is playing, it's just not displaying.
Or it can just happen out of the blue. If I undock the laptop, videos display properly in full screen. I also have a Lenovo P50 with Quatro M1000M video card. Start your computer one more time, and if everything works normally, then you have a problem with one of your peripherals. If the problem goes away, the problem is with your browser. Also If you click annotation off on Youtube this issue comes again.
When the download has completed, close all browser windows and run the uninstaller. After the third interruption, Windows 10 will open into the Advanced Startup environment, and then you can continue with the steps below to boot in safe mode. If after restarting your computer, you no longer see a black screen, you'll now know that there's a problem with a background process. I had previously done the same thing that you asked to do here. Clearing cookies is not working. Try viewing any video in full screen mode using Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer or any other browsers you may have.