One more thing I noticed is it happened when I was playing video say youtube and then open a chrome page or start something new or surfing the web and then start youtube. I didnt lock up if I was watching yoitube and not doing anything else.
ps. I use the analog audio out on my 27" Dell monitor to my powered speakers via the hdmi cable.
Checking on net I've founded that this problem to be restricted to Intel HD 620/630 graphics working with Chrome. So, till Intel will release new version of the Graphic driver I suggest either of the two workaroud:
1. Work with Edge browser (instead Chrome).
2. Disable Hardware Acceleration in Chrome (enter Chrome Setting->Advanced->System).
Disable hardware acceleration on chrome does not resolve the problem.
I have a Lenovo T460 laptop and I noticed hardware acceleration was disabled (I never enable or disable this setting) and there is 0 prob on my T460.
ps. T460 is using the 6th gen Intel chip and the NUC is on 7th gen Intel chip.
Start watching a movie on fmovies.se did not crash Edge. Continue the testing.
Seems to be the same problem.
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