Let me go ahead and test that for you and I will let you know if we get the same result.
Meanwhile, I recommend updating the BIOS to the latest version, you can see the instructions how to update the BIOS at:
Please download the latest BIOS version that will need to do the BIOS update at:
From my past experience, I noticed that a BIOS update does help with the graphics performance. For my case, I was using an older version and updated it to version 25. I saw from the above link the latest BIOS version is version 27, not sure what are the changes.
Intel, is there a Change Log to show what are the bug fixes or additional features available? This is very important for my existing deployments because I will need to know if I should update them.
Found the release log... but couldn't tell what the impact will be when running on the actual ICS
I have managed to improve the video playing on my compute stick somewhat.
The compute stick was my first experience of using Ubuntu. I have since loaded it as an OS on a laptop, and had some similar problems with videos. I have learned there are some flashplayer issues with Ubuntu 14.04. I managed to fix some of the issues on the laptop, and less on the compute stick. I was able to install pepper flash on the laptop, but kept getting an error message on the compute stick. I think youtube videos are now playing ok on both - I think that was a result of installinh a flash plugin.
I went through and checked today with the following results:
TV 3 ondemand works fine on Chromium on laptop
TVOne ondemand don't work on Chromium on laptop
TV3 ondemand doesn't work on FF on laptop – shows ad then blank screen
TV One ondemand doesn't work on FF on laptop - blank screen
TV One ondemand doesn't work on Opera on PC blank screen
TV 3 ondemand works fine on Opera on pc
TVOne ondemand don't work on Chromium on compute stick
TV 3 ondemand works partially on Chromium on compute stick - stops and starts
TVOne ondemand don't work on firefox on compute stick
TV 3 ondemand doesn't on firefox on compute stick – works only for ad
I'll also have a go at updating the BIOS tonight (although, I'm not sure what it is - still getting used to using Ubuntu).
I also will look again at the RAM. I am a bit confused by it. I got a message that I had almost used up the amount of RAM. I tried a disc clean up, kept emptying the browsers caches and got it down to 4.5 or so.
i haven't loaded or stored that much on it.