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08-29-2022 09:53 AM
I have recently bought a new Pavilion gaming 15-ec2xxx laptop.
It has two main browser problems:
1- Parts of browser area (picture, text, icon and ...) get pixelated frequently!
2- All browsers (Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Brave, ... except Internet Explorer) close or display "Error Code: Status_Access_Violation". sometimes reloading that page works but most of the times it does not.
Brave browser error:
Pixelated image 1:
Pixelated image 2:
09-01-2022 08:21 AM
Welcome to the HP Support Community. Thanks for bringing this to our notice.
I see that you are facing browser pixel-related issues on your system. Do not worry, we are here to fix it.
May I know from when are you facing this issue?
Did you make any hardware or software-related changes to it?
I would suggest you update the browser or reinstall the browser to check if the issue persists.
Hope this helps! Keep me posted.
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10-05-2022 10:28 AM
I had a personal problem and couldn't log in! Sorry to keep waiting you.
I am a Computer Engineer and always I do my handy works.
Spec of my laptop is:
- AMD Ryzen 7 5800H (Cezanne)
- 8 GB DDR4 (3200 MHz)
- Nvidia RTX 3050
- HP 88DE motherboard
- AMI BIOS version F.22
and I just added another 8 GB DDR4 (3200 MHz) to it before I test it! 😞
I had checked (almost) all different web browsers and driver updates and different configures and ...
Unfortunately, none of those did n't worked!
However, I discovered another problem in my laptop, GeekBench 5 reports the GPU score just fine but it does not report anything for the CPU!
Then, I had tried installing Linux OS on my laptop but I could not install Ubuntu or arch (or any of their different distributions) on my laptop!
I had tested many distributions of the Linux on my laptop and only the Nvidia-version of Pop!_os (after disabling acpi in the installation phase) installed and worked on the laptop. Then I checked the Geekbench 5 on the Pop!_os and it reported (a very low) score. I had searched for the reason and I have found Pop!_os (without acpi) detected only one core (instead of 16 core)!!
I had tested all solution (could I get from forums, co-workers, ...) with and without the added RAM module and none of them changed the result.
My best guess is a bug in the BIOS of my laptop, but F.22 is the latest version of the BIOS!
What do you think?
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