"Display driver stopped responding and recovered."

It happens every time I try to play a video on YouTube. The audio, but the video does not appear. My laptop slow for a few seconds then screen goes black then back to normal and the notification "display driver stopped responding and has recovered" is displayed. Even after that, there is no game even if the sound is not still a Visual.

This only happens in Firefox. Videos YouTube work perfectly well on Google Chrome.

Hello want, please see if the problem is always present when you update the driver for your graphics hardware for the new version: http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/mobile?os=Windows%207%20-%2064#amd-catalyst-packages

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