Satellite L500 - display driver stopped responding and has recovered

Hello

I have a concern about an error in my pc...

the error is "display driver stopped responding and has recovered."

I had been reinstelled the windows as well as search apdated inter display driver

but I did not...

I appreciate all advice and guidance about this problem...

Thank you very much

Something like that happen on my machine, but not so often, especially when I want to see video content in the browser.
The reason why it knows me not, but I'm worried about this until the driver is recovered and I can use my machine as usual.

Have you noticed if there is a particular situation when this happens?
T happens quite often or just from time to time?

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