Recently I've been forced to begin disabling "Use Hardware Acceleration" across the board on my system. It's begun to cause problems in various forms. My videos do not render correctly if the option is checked, my web browsers won't load/display properly when streaming if it's turned on in Chrome or Firefox for example. And more issues relating to hardware acceleration similar to this pop-up. But unchecking/turning the option off always fixes the problem. This is strange, because I've always used it to great success in the past, with no issues. I did recently change to Windows 10 from Windows 7 (not a fresh install but an upgrade). Not sure how/why that would affect it. But I'm wondering why did this once very powerful and helpful option seem to become a thorn in my side?