manu08 Posted November 13, 2007 Report Share Posted November 13, 2007 (edited) I've got a HP Pavilion dv6000z notebook running Windows Vista Home Premium. It's got an AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 1.7GHz Processor TK-53 with 2GB DDR2 667MHz RAM. The graphics processor is NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150. I get very choppy HD video playback in full screen mode with Quicktime, audio works fine. Like if I try to watch a movie trailer in HD & view it in full screen the video playback is quite far from smooth-I generally use the Apple movie trailer website which loads Quicktime separately for HD videos. However, if I 'maximize' the window but don't view it in full screen the video plays perfectly smooth. Or, if I save the video to my computer & then view it with VLC Media Player or Windows Media Player, it works perfectly fine. This is with all the resolutions; 480, 720 & 1080. 1080 doesn't work well with Windows Media Player though, only VLC Media Player is able to play that smoothly. Why is this happening, how do I fix it? I switched to the 165.01 drivers from the laptopvideo2go website instead of the HP website drivers which didn't help at all, in fact, in Quicktime I had to select 'safe mode (GDI only)' for any video playback to work cause I was getting a green screen otherwise, this was not the case with the drivers from the HP website. Anyone else with the same notebook/GPU able to help me out & tell me which driver worked perfectly for them? Edited November 13, 2007 by manu08 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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