Error message indicating the r300 display driver stopped responding when using the full screen.

Original title: driver atikmdag error message when using the full screen.

Error message indicating the display driver r300 unresponsive, but has recovered, usually when enter full screen mode.

Hi Peterrichardson,

1. when exactly you get this message?

2. what player do you use?

3. you remember to make changes to the computer before this problem?

Method 1:

You can try to reduce the hardware acceleration and check.

a. click the Start button, Control Panel.

b. now, select appearance and personalization, and under display, select adjust screen resolution.

c. now, select adjust the resolution.

d. click Advanced settings.

e. now, click the Troubleshooting tab, and select the change settings button.

f. in the Security dialog box, click on continue.

g. move the hardware acceleration slider to the third notch.

h. click OK and restart Windows.

 

Method 2: Update your display driver

Updated a hardware driver that is not working properly

Hope this information is useful.

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