I'm not sure if this is even the right place for this. I'm not sure what *would* be the right place though. I've been having a strange error occurring randomly. At first I just noticed it with streaming, but I don't watch a lot of local movies/videos on my computer. I use a laptop and have limited storage space. However, awhile back I noticed that the issue would also affect videos played locally. I have just found out that it will also affect games. What has been happening is that video playback slows down to maybe 2-3 FPS. It does it consistently. If my browser is doing this all browser windows will do it. Once the symptoms start if I try to play a video locally that video will play slow, no matter what program I run it through. I don't yet have an exact fix on how bad the the problem is with games, certainly pre-rendered videos (like intro videos) which is what I have just seen play slow, and dialog seems to be slowed down. I didn't seem to notice appreciable lag in the actual rendering of the game itself, but the audio was bothering me, and I didn't think to investigate further. This is a fresh windows install. I am running the latest drivers for both graphics cards. The laptop is an MSI GL62M https://us.msi.com/Laptop/GL62M-7th-Gen-GTX-1050/Overview so has both integrated as well as discrete graphics. To fix it so far all I've had to do is restart my browser. In fact with the local video, I didn't even have to restart the video player, just the browser. It's not an insurmountable problem, but it can be frustrating. Anyone have any ideas?