10586.29 & Chrome Browser

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by scaramonga, Dec 9, 2015.

  1. scaramonga

    scaramonga MDL Member

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    Since doing a fresh install of 10586.29, and only installing Chrome browser, I find hardware acceleration has to be disabled for the browser to load before I come back from making a cup of coffee? Else, it loads just fine instantly, like my coffee incidentally, instant.

    359.06 Nvidia drivers, without the bloat, also installed manually.

    Any ideas as to what could be wrong? 10240 was perfect that way.
     
  2. chris34

    chris34 MDL Member

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    Kernel changes/bug fixes/optimizations and other changes under the hood is what usually break Chrome and other softwares. Google Chrome is probably using a non-standard feature to access HW acceleration that was either removed/changed had its security checks hardened. Everytime Microsoft change something to the kernel, Chrome breaks. makes you wonder..
     
  3. rpo

    rpo MDL Addicted

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    I faced the same issue. IE and Firefox were ok. Having a look at :

    http://forums.mydigitallife.net/thr...tory/page174?p=1185238&viewfull=1#post1185238

    I deleted the APPINIT_DLLS key and Chrome was runing OK (hardware acceleration enabled; graphic card is ATI). In a second time, I created the following key :
    appinit_dlls REG_SZ c:\\windows\\syswow64\\nvinit.dll
    in replacement of the previously deleted key, and so far so good, Chrome is still performing fine.
     
  4. SpeedDream

    SpeedDream MDL Addicted

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    #4 SpeedDream, Dec 9, 2015
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    Chrome 64 just installed on 1511 education and have geforce 353.54 (the worse ones that come with windows update) I still have to install latest one, gonna check that and tell you

    edit: works all right here with 359.06 and a geforce 900 series (gigabyte maker)
     
  5. LatinMcG

    LatinMcG Bios Borker

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    revouninstaller time! save bookmarks first.
     
  6. damianfox

    damianfox MDL Senior Member

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    What did you type into Chrome to get that Information page ?
     
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  7. scaramonga

    scaramonga MDL Member

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    chrome://gpu

    ;)
     
  8. damianfox

    damianfox MDL Senior Member

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    Thanks, At the very bottom it says "Diagnostics: ..Loading..", Is yours showing this also ?
     
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  9. DJxSpeedy

    DJxSpeedy MDL Senior Member

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    with win 10 1511 build .29
    nvidia driver 359.06-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql
    and chrome DEV build Version 48.0.2564.22 dev-m (64-bit)


    if anyone with the same config has problems.. i think then the chrome version is the problem at your pc

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  10. damianfox

    damianfox MDL Senior Member

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    Wonder why mine says "Loading" hmm. Maybe because I've turned off HW Acceleration.
     
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  11. GOD666

    GOD666 MDL Expert

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    chrome://gpu

    And if you're still having some issues

    chrome://flags <--- Use with care on this one !! :eek: !!