Unable to view Adobe Flash Player in full screen

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My screen turns white whenever I set Adobe Flash Player to go on full screen mode. There is still audio, but video never appears.

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Unable to view Adobe Flash Player in full screen

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Hi Vannesa

This is a bug in the Adobe Flash player version you are using. Adobe will how to fix this issue, until then you have to put with this . There is a workaround for this only if you are happy without hardware acceleration enabled. To disable hardware acceleration follow my instructions.

  1. Go to any video source that is run by Adobe flash player
  2. Right click on the video and click on settings
  3. Go to the display tab
  4. Click on Enable Hardware acceleration checkbox so that it is not ticked

You can manage with this until an update for Adobe flash player fixes the issue.

 

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Unable to view Adobe Flash Player in full screen

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I think you are playing a flash game that uses Adobe Flash Player. Always remember that when playing a flash game on your computer, it consumes large resources from your computer such as the processor, the memory, and others. If it is already consuming large amounts of these resources, your computer will obviously slow down and it is normal.

When playing a flash game, make sure no other applications are running. Also, make sure you are using the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. Visit Adobe Home Page to download the latest version. Another way of downloading it is to download it directly from Macromedia: Adobe Flash Player. Always checking and installing the latest Adobe Flash Player minimizes problems.

In case your screen turns white again when going full screen, this is maybe because of your video card. Your graphics accelerator may not be capable of supporting the required capacity. You may also encounter this if your video card has only 64 MB video RAM which most built-in video cards have. In this case, you need to have a new video card with bigger video RAM.

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