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GPU Ram Microsoft Edge Chrome

Sebastian001
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Bei manchen Webseiten in Microsoft Edge Chrom steigt der GPU Speicher in eine enorme Höhe, dass eine Benutzung nahezu unmöglich ist. Man muss den Task mit dem Browsertaskmanager beenden. Zwei Minuten später ist er wieder hoch. Deaktiviere ich die Hardwarebeschleunigung des Browsers tritt das Problem nicht. Es deutet auf ein Treiber Problem hin. Was kann ich machen?

  • Treiberdetails
  • Anbieter (Provider)Intel Corporation
  • Version8.15.10.2702
  • Datum (Date)03.11.2013
  • Gerätedetails
  • Adapterkompatibilität (Adapter Compatibility)Intel Corporation
  • Videoprozessor (Video Processor)Mobile Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family
  • Lösung (Resolution)1680 x 945
  • Bit pro Pixel (Bits Per Pixel)32
  • Anzahl Farben (Number of Colors)4294967296
  • Aktualisierungsrate – Aktuell (Refresh Rate - Current)60 Hz
  • Aktualisierungsrate – Maximum (Refresh Rate - Maximum)60 Hz
  • Aktualisierungsrate – Minimum (Refresh Rate - Minimum)60 Hz
  • Adapter DAC-Typ (Adapter DAC Type)Internal
  • Adapter RAM1,80 GB
  • Verfügbarkeit (Availability)Betrieb bei voller Leistung (Running at full power)
  • StatusDieses Gerät funktioniert einwandfrei. (This device is working properly.)
  • Standort (Location)PCI bus 0, device 2, function 0
  • Gerätekennung (Device Id)PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A42&SUBSYS_11611734&REV_09\3&11583659&0&10
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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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You are complaining about an issue using Windows 10 on a 12 year-old system. Intel has NEVER supported Windows 10 on systems this old. Your graphics is working only because of a compatibility driver provided by Microsoft. This driver is, in a word, absolute crap. It runs poorly, it does not support all hardware features and its support for OpenGL, DirectX, etc. is ancient. Microsoft is no longer maintaining this driver. If it works, great; if it has problems, no one is listening and no one will ever deliver a fix. Bottom line, if you do not like the way it is running, your only choice is to purchase a more-modern computer system.

Sorry for being so harsh, but this is the reality of the situation,

...S

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