Started by arcanum, June 09, 2012, 08:52:21 AM
Quote from: arcanum on June 09, 2012, 09:54:39 AMHi Ed,I have fairly ATI driver installed, about 2 month old. My gfx card is 4870 x2. Win XP 3 with latest flash etc installed.Why do i have to disable hw acceleration? If i disable it, whole rendering is done by the CPU then? I do not use any WebGL based websites. With youtube i have constant 1-2 sec lag with the videos or anything flash based websites.And also, my connection is 10/10mbit, which is, suitable enough.But when im using chrome, everything is so silky smooth with PL. So nothing to do with ati drivers installed.So can Jeremy disassemble this friggin plugin-container.exe(and processes within), because with PL, stuttering is still there.Its clearly browser based problem, and i do like to know whats Jeremy's opinion of it.Sincerely,-arcanum
Quote from: arcanum on June 09, 2012, 01:02:13 PMJust uninstalled my GFI antivirus. Everything works just fine, well without antivirus.
QuoteI love PL, but it seems when you "tame" certain system prosesses, many AV with HIPS gone mad. Is there any way to hardcode those AV prosesses in your code, to prevent this?
Quote from: arcanum on June 09, 2012, 01:02:13 PMDo you inject your code to running processes(and child ones)?
Quote from: edkiefer on June 13, 2012, 10:55:25 PMI ran across this checking if lastest flash plugin (11.3) was ok . It seems to cause crashes in FF based browsers .here a fix that may help (I have not tried it as this does not apply to XP OS).http://www.ghacks.net/2012/06/10/flash-player-update-fix-freezes-crashes-in-firefox/
Quote from: Hotrod on June 14, 2012, 01:28:01 PMI discovered recently that although my flash and java had been updating regularly and telling me they were current, in reality they were obsolete and java had been installing new versions without uninstalling old ones(a fact they themselves tell you about when you go to their site to update manually). It was necessary to go to add and remove progs and remove ALL previous versions before it would let me get the newest software on both flash and java. After this my crashes went away. Take some time to visit their sites and see for yourself that you are indeed current, since the auto-updaters will lie to you. Also be aware that there have been reports of conflicts between realplayer, quicktime, and flash players. Adobe is recommending to disable realplayer and quicktime add ons.
QuoteI just got a disable from FireFox on Realplayer add-on with version 16 of the nightly build.