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Weird red line on youtube videos and netflix series and movies

6 minutes ago, Kibbz said:

This is what it looks like. Not every video has it, but once a video gets it, it will stay with the red line forever.

 

 

A quick search on AMD says it could be "Demo Mode"

In the Catalyst drivers it's in "Radeon Settings > Video > Demo Mode to off."

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi, since I updated the Adrenalin Drivers to 19.1.1, a weird red line appears in the middle of movies and youtube videos. Anyone knows if its a driver issue or the gpu is dying?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, 191x7 said:

Also with 19.2.2?

Yes, I initially updated to 19.2.2, and it started, so I uninstalled and installed 19.1.1, and it still appears.

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It looks like 18.9.3 is the last WHQL version before the 19.1.1 driver which is only a few weeks old. 

Maybe run DDU to completely clean the driver, and try 18.9.3? 

Also does it give the red lines regardless of which browser you use? 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, Jarsky said:

It looks like 18.9.3 is the last WHQL version before the 19.1.1 driver which is only a few weeks old. 

Maybe run DDU to completely clean the driver, and try 18.9.3? 

Also does it give the red lines regardless of which browser you use? 

I only tried on Chrome since that is what I use, ill try Firefox, and ill try 18.9.3. ill update when im done

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Jarsky said:

It looks like 18.9.3 is the last WHQL version before the 19.1.1 driver which is only a few weeks old. 

Maybe run DDU to completely clean the driver, and try 18.9.3? 

Also does it give the red lines regardless of which browser you use? 

This is what it looks like. Not every video has it, but once a video gets it, it will stay with the red line forever.

hellow.jpg

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Jarsky said:

It looks like 18.9.3 is the last WHQL version before the 19.1.1 driver which is only a few weeks old. 

Maybe run DDU to completely clean the driver, and try 18.9.3? 

Also does it give the red lines regardless of which browser you use? 

And here is an example of a video without the red line. Firefox doesn't display the line though, so it may be a problem with Chrome.

hellow2.jpg

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6 minutes ago, Kibbz said:

This is what it looks like. Not every video has it, but once a video gets it, it will stay with the red line forever.

 

 

A quick search on AMD says it could be "Demo Mode"

In the Catalyst drivers it's in "Radeon Settings > Video > Demo Mode to off."

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, Jarsky said:

 

A quick search on AMD says it could be "Demo Mode"

 In the Catalyst drivers it's in "Radeon Settings > Video > Demo Mode to off."

 

oh my god, just that little detail was making me go insane, that fixed it :) thank you so much

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