Sorry for the delay in replying to you...I've been conversing with others on the forums about this issue, and I've also done some researching too (all takes time!).
Try updating the K-lite codec pack HERE
. There's an update as as January 1st. Install it, restart and give it a whirl.
Does this happen when you're watching streaming videos in windows media player 10?
I've found this HERE
from Microsoft. It's a fix for green videos when watching streaming media with windows media player 10. Read it carefully! It says that if the problem isn't that bad, then don't use the fix they've provided. Of course, this is download and install at your own risk.
Alternately, you could try downloading the omega drivers for Nvidia HERE
. This may or may not fix this problem, although I feel it's worth a try (meaning that if it were me, I'd try it!)
Be sure to restart after trying each suggestion.
Let us know how you make out!
Edited by stevealmighty, 13 January 2007 - 03:42 PM.
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