The situation is this, the monitor turns itself off 6 times. The led on it flashes, as if he had ceased to go signal.
At first I sinned on the video card, thought it overheats. Did a load test FurMark'om — heated for 20 minutes to 65 degrees and nothing. Decided to clean it — took-cooled, blew from a dust, changed the thermal paste. Collected — again a load test for 20 minutes 62 degrees and nothing. You think, okay — all OK probably.
This morning I opened chrome, clicked on a photo on one site(whatever it full size opened), the browser thought the screen went out. While other applications except Skype and Miranda was not running. I remembered that in past times the screen is also cut off in chrome. A couple of times to Vkontakte in the list of audio recordings. And once or twice when watching videos. The campaign is Flash's fault.
Once passed out when clicking "Restore tabs", after a reboot of the computer.
micah_Williamson answered on October 8th 19 at 00:55
So flash player is the first thing to rearrange
Thad92 answered on October 8th 19 at 00:57
Modern browsers use GPU acceleration. Try it sometime off.
Chance_Schowalter12 answered on October 8th 19 at 00:59
Check is not enabled?
chrome://flags/ -> Acceleration of SVG filters and CSS with the GPU.
Bessie.Torp answered on October 8th 19 at 01:01
Disable Flash and just try to pootkryvali photos, the problem remained?
Josie.Nicol answered on October 8th 19 at 01:03
Describe the configuration of iron, what kind of video card and monitor. How to behave in other browsers? Do you turn on the monitor after disconnection? Try another driver for your video card and monitor upgrade; to try Linux, if possible, try using a different graphics card and monitor. Process of elimination to find the cause.
Jacinto_Oberbrunn answered on October 8th 19 at 01:05
what would you check?
If it's in a window, then I'd check the system log on the subject of the fall of the video driver.
Lizeth_Ter answered on October 8th 19 at 01:07
I would try to switch the monitor to another port (VGA ←→ DVI) when available.
florencio.Abernathy answered on October 8th 19 at 01:09
It was such a long time with QIP. Once you start in this write — Gus screen. Moreover, the computer froze (ie if you move the mouse when the screen is off, then when he turns on the mouse on the spot).
As it turned out — moved a bit vidyuhi.