Ah, I see. Thank you for clarifying.
To err is human, to forgive is very ... dog-like.
But a reboot fixes it. I used both wireless and eth0 hardwire connection to a 5 Mb internet link.
So wonder why a suspend/hibernate would cause this? How does this relate to workstations? Maybe when the nVidia is turned off for screen saver, somehow has a bad Flash reaction upon awakening?
I had the same problem.
- Choppy Flash on full screen, regardless the source.
- Choppy AVI on full screen
the go to video > Default Output > from Auto to X Windows System (No XV)Code:$ gstreamer-properties
Auto : Choppy
X Window System (No XV) : GOOD
X Window System (X11/XShm/XV): Choppy
So you might want to try that
Anyway, in case you need it my system is:
Dell Inspiron 1505
3GB DDR2 800 Ghz
Ati Radeon X1400
Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 2.0GHz
same here on intel . never had this problem in hardy all vids were smooth as silk, even just 512 ram . flippin flash and lucid do not like each other . ill try this ' fix ' when i get home now we need a linux hack for phones boot up ubuntu moto
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Thanks thebacotman, your instructions solved it for me too!!