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thanks for your kind reply!
As I said, I have a problem with the hardware acceleration.
The problem only occurs with the browser firefox if it is enabled. Otherwise I have no video issues and no other problems.
Do you have an idea how I can find out whether it is a hardware or software problem?
If there is more of a HW problem I have to send the computer for repair.
I would like to avoid this.
Thanks for your time!
After doing some research, I found out this could be an issue directly with the browser, this seems to be present in different platforms, for that reason you could say it is software issue.
By any chance have you looked for updates on this browser? or you could also test the system with a previous version of it.
Some related links:
Thank you very much for spending some of your time to answer my questions!
Your reply helped me and calms me very much.
Thanks a lot!
Sure no problem, I am glad my answer assisted your inquiry about this.
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