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Issue 110343: Page randomly turns into red/green gradient boxes or solid blue

Reported by ggarcia...@gmail.com, Jan 16 2012

Issue description

Chrome Version       : 16.0.912.75
OS Version: 6.1 (Windows 7)
URLs (if applicable) : N/A
Other browsers tested: none

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Browse the Internet.
2. Occasionally a tab will encounter a glitch pictured in the attachment.

What is the expected result?
The tab should display its contents normally.

What happens instead?
It doesn't.

Please provide any additional information below. Attach a screenshot if possible.
I'm able to work around the glitch by switching to another tab and back again (although this does not work if the other tab in question is only showing the New Tab page). Refreshing also fixes the glitch. Sometimes, especially on YouTube, I get a completely blue (#0000FF) page, but any plugin content like the Flash player remains unaffected. The glitch usually occurs when I switch tabs, but I've seen it happen in the background while another application has focus.
These errors started occurring after I upgraded my Intel graphics drivers. I don't know how to downgrade them, or if that's even an acceptable solution.

UserAgentString: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/535.7 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/16.0.912.75 Safari/535.7
 
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Comment 7 by progame@chromium.org, Jun 20 2012

Cc: piman@chromium.org
piman does this look like something in your area? (i'm guessing GPU related...)

Comment 8 by piman@chromium.org, Jun 20 2012

Cc: vangelis@chromium.org
+vangelis

What it looks like is as if texture loads were replaced by pass-through of the texture coordinates - each square seems to match a tile size, and you see (r,g) go from (0,0) to (1,1).
That would point to a driver bug, either in the driver itself, or maybe in angle.

Comment 9 by vangelis@google.com, Jun 20 2012

Cc: darin@chromium.org apatrick@chromium.org jbau...@chromium.org
Labels: -Area-Undefined Area-Internals Feature-GPU
darin@ has been seeing that as well. Can you please post the contents of the about:gpu page so that we can see if there's any interesting correlations with gpu's and driver versions?

Comment 10 by progame@chromium.org, Jun 20 2012

Mine attached
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Comment 11 by Deleted ...@, Aug 2 2012

Also getting the attached problem from today only. I haven't updated any gpu drivers recently.

attached about:gpu results
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Comment 12 by vangelis@google.com, Aug 2 2012

What version of chrome are you on?

Comment 13 by ja...@wix.com, Aug 2 2012

I just started getting this error today as well. Im running:

Windows 7 version 6.1 build 7601 SP1
Google Chrome	21.0.1180.60 (Official Build 149126) m
OS	Windows
WebKit	537.1 (@123707)
JavaScript	V8 3.11.10.17
Flash	11.3.31.222
User Agent	Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/21.0.1180.60 Safari/537.1

Onboard Intel HD Graphics
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Comment 14 by prog...@gmail.com, Aug 2 2012

a dev channel version or two after the one where i reported it above in comment #6 (21.0.1171.0), i stopped seeing the issue.

Comment 15 by apatrick@chromium.org, Aug 2 2012

Owner: apatrick@chromium.org
Are there any web pages where this tends to happen particularly often? Are there any particular things that tend to trigger it?

I would be interested to know whether or not this happens for pages with Flash plugins but with links I can go and look myself. 

The contents of the about:gpu page is very helpful. Also, whether the systems have dual integrated / discrete GPUs and, if so, which is active at the time.

Thx.

Comment 16 by ja...@wix.com, Aug 3 2012

This happens on a page that used AJAX and several small flash based helpers (e.g. a small flash clipboard app and a voice app that uses flash to access the USB headset). However its an internal app so I can't easily provide access. Just an FYI, I am not using any of these things when it happens. I can simply have the tab open fine for a while and than randomly it pops up this graphic. I did notice that I can quite consistently reproduce by killing another tab (seems to trigger this gradient). Adding GPU info.
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Comment 17 by Deleted ...@, Aug 3 2012

I am running 21.0.1180.60 m

Comment 18 by Deleted ...@, Aug 3 2012

Just over the last 24hours I have also seen this issue a handful of times, at the moment it appears in one tab running a 5OD programme when I close another tab( On a different screen)

Comment 19 by Deleted ...@, Aug 3 2012

I've been seeing the same thing today as well. It just started today. I've never had this issue before with Chrome.

Comment 20 by bgwynn@chromium.org, Aug 3 2012

Cc: bgwynn@chromium.org
Labels: Hotlist-ConOps
We're also seeing some users in the Chrome forum having this issue with the latest update. I'll add additional information to this bug as it comes.

Chrome forum thread: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/MZ0b1gUt4S0

Comment 21 by dhw@chromium.org, Aug 3 2012

 Issue 140523  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 22 by Deleted ...@, Aug 4 2012

Noticed this started happening from time to time when switching between tabs of windows that had a flash component after the latest (21.0.1180.60) release.

Noticed Pepper Flash came enabled with the latest update as well which also is causing some audio issues for me.

Disabling Pepper Flash and relying on gcswf32.dll under chrome://plugins seems to have fixed this and my audio issues so far, hope this helps.

Comment 23 by Deleted ...@, Aug 5 2012

I am also experiencing this issue (same gradient grid image as show above.)  I also had multiple tabs open at the same time.  I am able to reproduce it easily on this site:  http://www.w3schools.com/html5/html5_video.asp and click the "Try It Yourself" button under the example code.  This will open a new window (no flash - just HTML5.)  When I close the new window I see this back on the original page.  I also noticed that the grid remains until I move my mouse over the window - this the page refreshes to the correct content.  

I have Lenovo G570 i5 on Win7 x64.

Comment 24 by Deleted ...@, Aug 5 2012

Someone above mentioned webpages that this happens on. For me, it happens when I have multiple tabs open in the websites of www.espn.com and www.cnn.com. When I close a tab and the next tab is one of these websites, it happens sporadically. I first noticed the problem roughly 7-10 days ago. Latest version of Chrome using Windows 7.

Comment 25 by bgwynn@chromium.org, Aug 6 2012

A few users mentioned www.ebay.com, http://www.nbcnews.com/ (and other news sites), https://www.last.fm/, and http://iwastesomuchtime.com/. 

They also cited that they get the graphic when switching tabs and/or switching to a new tab. 

I've attached 2 user's gpu info.
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Comment 26 by piman@chromium.org, Aug 6 2012

 Issue 140650  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 27 by jamesr@google.com, Aug 7 2012

Cc: jam...@chromium.org
 Issue 140213  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 28 by kareng@google.com, Aug 7 2012

Labels: -Pri-2 Pri-1 Mstone-21
Status: Assigned
upping prioirty since this triggers more now.

Comment 29 by jcaza...@gmail.com, Aug 7 2012

August 6th.  Having this exact weirdness.  Only the past week.  Chrome - all websites.  Intermittent. Switching between windows, opening and closing tabs.

Comment 30 by renanbor...@gmail.com, Aug 7 2012

I have the same problem, but this happen when upgrade my chrome to version n° 21
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Comment 31 by Deleted ...@, Aug 7 2012

i'm having this issue as well. Has happened on multiple pages but repeatedly on chelseafc.com which frequently has video in the main window. I think it is been related to video/flash since all the webpages it has occurred on have this.

Comment 32 by bgwynn@chromium.org, Aug 8 2012

More users are reporting this issue in the forum. Disabling gpu compositing as a workaround works for some users, but not for everyone who has tried that workaround. Attaching 2 more user's gpu info for reference.
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Comment 33 by bgwynn@chromium.org, Aug 8 2012

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Comment 38 by Deleted ...@, Aug 9 2012

I'm having the same issue and disabling GPU composition didn't help.
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Comment 39 by dhw@chromium.org, Aug 9 2012

 Issue 141619  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 40 by dhw@chromium.org, Aug 9 2012

Cc: pavanv@chromium.org manoranj...@chromium.org
 Issue 140739  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 41 by dhw@chromium.org, Aug 9 2012

 Issue 139545  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 42 by bgwynn@chromium.org, Aug 9 2012

@apatrick@chromium.org is there any additional info I can get from users to help figure out what's going on here?

Comment 43 by apatrick@chromium.org, Aug 9 2012

bgwynn, I've been OOO this week. Back on the case now.

Comment 44 by shelley....@gmail.com, Aug 9 2012

I had this problem, too, but someone suggested to disable WebGL flags. I disabled the WebGL composite across pages flag, and I've not had the problem since.

Comment 45 by shelley....@gmail.com, Aug 9 2012

Sorry, I meant GPU Compositing across pages.

Comment 46 by Deleted ...@, Aug 10 2012

I'm getting this issue as well.

Comment 47 by Deleted ...@, Aug 10 2012

I have the same problem, im using win 7, google chrome 21.0.1180.75 m

Comment 48 by Deleted ...@, Aug 10 2012

glad to know this isn't just happening to me. Has only started within the last few days. And is on various websites. Hasn't happened on youtube yet but is on blogger, google sear, twitter and facebook.. has happened on others but constantly on these. win 7, google chrome 21.0.1180.75 m

Comment 49 by pank...@gmail.com, Aug 12 2012

I also have same issue on Chrome on Windows 7 64 bit

Comment 50 by grantsut...@charter.net, Aug 12 2012

I haven't experienced this problem until Chrome 21.

Comment 51 by Deleted ...@, Aug 12 2012

I am experiencing the same issue with version 21.0.1180.77 beta-m. It generally occurs after a page sits idle for a few minutes and I am tabbed away from it. When I come back it has that weird gradient fill.

Comment 52 by Deleted ...@, Aug 13 2012

Ditto for me, I've seen it at random a few times now.

Comment 53 by cngevpxh...@gmail.com, Aug 13 2012

It's been happening for me very occasionally as well since 21. I've attached the top part of my chrome://gpu.

One time it happened while I was somewhere on bugasalt.com, I closed the tab, and then the next tab selected by Chrome after the tab close was filled with the gradient boxes.

I seem to remember it happening when closing a Chrome window that was on top of another Chrome window. The tab in the window below was then filled with the gradient boxes.

Scrolling with the mouse wheel and clicking inside of the tab and switching tabs back and forth didn't seem to make the gradient go away; refreshing the page did.
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Comment 54 by cngevpxh...@gmail.com, Aug 13 2012

Also, I've only got one GPU, and it's the built-in one on my i3.

Comment 55 by Deleted ...@, Aug 13 2012

Im seeing this a lot from yahoo.com articles... I think may be flash related, as sometimes I will get the notification bar stating that Shockwave Flash Player has crashed(or something to that effect)

Comment 56 by cngevpxh...@gmail.com, Aug 14 2012

Happened again just now, and this time I selected a tab, then right-clicked the tab that was in focus/selected and clicked "Close other tabs". The selected tab (which never changed) was then filled with the gradient boxes.

Comment 57 by funky...@gmail.com, Aug 14 2012

It is happening for me too, Lenovo Thinkpad T520 Win7 pro 64 bit

A url where it sometimes happens:

http://  enchantrixempire.  com/enchantsocial/profile.php?user=CassidyNyx

(spaces intentionally inserted, not for people under 18)

Screenshot:

http://i1246.photobucket.com/albums/gg611/AliceWonder32/squares.jpg

I have also seen it happen on YouTube

I virtually always have quite a few tabs, I don't know if that impacts it or not.

Comment 58 by cngevpxh...@gmail.com, Aug 14 2012

Earlier I mentioned scrolling not fixing it; today when it happened, I scrolled with my mouse wheel, and the gradient boxes did move up and down on the page; I forget if this happened when I tried it before. Anyway, I scrolled for about 3 seconds (the page was kinda long) and then finally the gradient boxes when away.

Comment 59 by Deleted ...@, Aug 14 2012

This is happening too frequently for me. I've stopped using Chrome and switched to Firefox.

Comment 60 by Deleted ...@, Aug 15 2012

Same problem. Using Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Google Chrome 21.0.1180.77 m.

The bug is popping up quite frequently and is getting quite irritating.  Scrolling will sometimes make it go away.

Untested theory: Flash plug-in crashed a few times at the same time, perhaps the two are related.  I guess I could disable Flash and see if it goes away.

Comment 61 by Deleted ...@, Aug 16 2012

I have the exact same problem as well!!!! It is quite persistent and easily reproduced. Dell notebook / Intel Core i3, Win7 Home Premium 64-bit with the latest Chrome 21.0.1180.60 m. Very annoying! With that said, it doesn't do it on my desktop at work or my other HP laptop.

Comment 62 by vangelis@google.com, Aug 16 2012

We have found easy steps to repro on two local machines.  The good news is that the problem doesn't seem to exist post Chrome 21 (e.g. Dev channel (22) or Canary (23)).

It repros pretty consistently by doing the following:
1. Turn on "compositing on all pages" in about:flags
2. Start the browser, go to www.google.com. 
3. Open one more tab and once again go to www.google.com
4. Switch back to the first tab and close the second tab by clicking the corresponding red X button in the tab strip (without switching to it first).
5. At this point, the first tab will start showing the pattern.  If it doesn't, click on the + next to the tab to open a new tab, and then switch back to the original one. This time it may be black (another manifestation of probably the same issue).

Interestingly enough, this only happens when there's no horizontal scrollbar.  Making the window small enough for the horizontal scrollbar to appear at the bottom seems to make the problem go away. Same thing is true if the FPS counter or the composited layer borders are shown.

It seems to only be happening with integrated Intel GPUs and it looks most likely like a driver bug.

We have a possible fix (a workaround really) that's being tested.

Comment 63 by Deleted ...@, Aug 16 2012

I have same problems.
Chrome version: 21.0.1180.79
win7 
Intel HD Graphics

Comment 64 by 2labv...@gmail.com, Aug 16 2012

I met this screen couple times. I just press Ctrl +, Ctrl - couple times or use the wheel of the mouse to change the display scale. The wired screen will disappear immediately. That's interesting.

Comment 65 by 2labv...@gmail.com, Aug 16 2012

I just tested the method provided by vange...@google.com (Comment 61). After enable the "GPU compositing on all pages Mac, Windows, Linux" from about:\\flags, I can call out the wired screen as "vange..." mentioned. I also tested used Ctrl+, Crtl-, or Ctrl+ mouse wheel to change viewing scale. It still can eliminate the wired screen.

Comment 66 by apatrick@chromium.org, Aug 16 2012

There's a fix for m21 here:

https://codereview.appspot.com/6448160/

I'll test it on Canary first to check it doesn't have any down side.

Comment 67 by Deleted ...@, Aug 20 2012

I have scavenged around on some other sites and, just like me, they were all using laptops when these tiles appear. Is anyone here using a laptop by chance?

Comment 68 by apatrick@chromium.org, Aug 20 2012

Labels: Merge-Requested
The fix for this was in the Canary channel over the weekend. It was ANGLE r1253: http://code.google.com/p/angleproject/source/detail?r=1253

Comment 69 by dhw@chromium.org, Aug 21 2012

 Issue 143836  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 70 by mountain...@gmail.com, Aug 21 2012

I get the red/green boxes too. Almost always on igoogle website. I use Windows 7, Chrome, desktop PC. Refreshing doesn't fix it... well, it does fix it, but only for like 15 seconds, before the boxes come back. Sometimes closing Chrome and reopening works.

Comment 71 by dhw@chromium.org, Aug 21 2012

 Issue 143893  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 72 by jcaza...@gmail.com, Aug 22 2012

Update:  I've now had this problem for 3 weeks.  Not getting better, but not getting worse.  I have a Toshiba Laptop P745. Intel Core 13-2350M CPU @2.30 GHz, 64-bit.  

The red/green boxes most commonly appear when I - have a window open with several tabs, open a NEW browser window (from a link in one of the original windows), then shut that new window.  The boxes appear on the top (last) tab of the original window.  Refreshing helps once in a while, clicking in the scroll bar will sometimes clear it; normally the window has to be shut.  This does not happen at every site.  It seems to happen more frequently when clicking links that have the little plus symbol over them, like Yahoo News.  Sometimes the boxes will blink on and then go away.  This problem is intermittent -  sometimes the exact process to call it to happen will do it, sometimes not.

Comment 73 by Deleted ...@, Aug 23 2012

Having this problem more frequently now. It happens on any type of web page. Also noticing that my "home page" does not load when I open a new window.
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Comment 74 by omat...@gmail.com, Aug 23 2012

I suspect this issue may be widespread enough to warrant a fast-track of the workaround to the stable channel (considering how minor the fix seems, and how many users seem to be reporting it).

Comment 75 by edw...@gmail.com, Aug 23 2012

I would like to add a me too or +1 to having this issue.

Comment 76 by piman@chromium.org, Aug 23 2012

Cc: -piman@chromium.org

Comment 77 by tom...@gmail.com, Aug 24 2012

Here's a video recording of the bug happening on my Dell XPS 17 L702X laptop.  You can see, as I refresh the site, Chrome displays the page correctly but then bugs out and display the red-green gradient grid pattern array of squares.
Google Chrome Red Green Gradient Grid bug.mp4
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Comment 78 by kareng@google.com, Aug 24 2012

alastair, is this on beta? u sure we want to push to stable?

Comment 79 by kareng@google.com, Aug 24 2012

Labels: -Merge-Requested Merge-Approved

Comment 80 by Deleted ...@, Aug 25 2012

I have the same issue but I have an NVidia auto switch 3d on-off configuration.  Happens at Namepros.com ALL the time (mostly because that's where I tend to use tab windows)

I will try the new version but it's significant enough bug to have me move back to Firefox.

Comment 81 by Deleted ...@, Aug 25 2012

Happened to me with version 21.0.1180.83 m

Comment 82 by Deleted ...@, Aug 26 2012

Okay everyone is experiencing this thing, now how the hell do you fix it???

Comment 83 by edw...@gmail.com, Aug 26 2012

I switched to the development channel and haven't had this issue since. You could switch or be patient and wait for it to move to the stable release.

Comment 84 by dhw@chromium.org, Aug 26 2012

 Issue 142436  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 85 by janesuji...@gmail.com, Aug 27 2012

Agreed, waiting is tough. But for now I find just holding page up/page down for a second or two also gets rid of the problem every time.

Comment 86 by tisha.ha...@gmail.com, Aug 27 2012

This problem happens on practically every web page I go to. I can be sitting on news.google.com and it will do a periodic update of news sources and the page will flip to this annoying pattern. While I was not on that page I was not interacting with it. Changes to content driven from an external source can cause this to pop up.

Comment 87 by vangelis@google.com, Aug 27 2012

 Issue 144574  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 88 by Deleted ...@, Aug 29 2012

For the last year I did not have this issue with my chrome at all. But two weeks ago these red and green squares started showing up, and for these few days this problem has been occurring ridiculously often. (And I don't remember changing anything setting of my laptop during this period)
There is not a particular webpage or site that it will occur. It can happen to any website I go to. I feel it happen more often to pages that contain a lot of contents such as pictures and flash. Refreshing does not work. Every time I need to close the tab and reopen the page in a new one.
I just hope this problem gets solved asap.


Version Information
Data exported	Thu Aug 30 2012 05:23:12 GMT+0800 (China Standard Time)
Chrome version	21.0.1180.83 (Official Build 152131) m
Operating system	Windows NT 6.1 SP1
Software rendering list version	1.45
ANGLE revision	1046
2D graphics backend	Skia

Comment 89 by Deleted ...@, Sep 1 2012

since i update to chrome 21 i experience this bug.

Comment 90 by dhw@chromium.org, Sep 2 2012

 Issue 145047  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 91 by dhw@chromium.org, Sep 2 2012

 Issue 146196  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 92 by vangelis@chromium.org, Sep 4 2012

Please update to the latest chrome 21 release (21.0.1180.89) .  This issue should be fixed.

Comment 93 by bgwynn@chromium.org, Sep 4 2012

Users in the forum are still reporting this issue and at least one has confirmed that he is on 21.0.1180.89. Any additonal information I can get from them?

Comment 94 by vangelis@chromium.org, Sep 4 2012

sigh... getting the contents of their about:gpu page would be a good start...

Comment 95 by bgwynn@chromium.org, Sep 5 2012

One user's GPU info:

Graphics Feature Status
Canvas: Hardware accelerated
Compositing: Hardware accelerated
3D CSS: Hardware accelerated
CSS Animation: Accelerated
WebGL: Hardware accelerated
WebGL multisampling: Hardware accelerated
Flash 3D: Hardware accelerated
Flash Stage3D: Hardware accelerated
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[680:1352:133764071:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134262712:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134292618:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134296377:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134296424:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134348029:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134376936:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134471972:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134675101:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134677535:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134746019:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134747907:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134754771:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134754818:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134778764:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134861444:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:134969787:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:135875747:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:136019237:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:136086551:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:136088657:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:136229058:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:136229136:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:136232709:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:136557378:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:137047502:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:137086674:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:137614487:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:137670383:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:137785402:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program
[680:1352:137810066:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4932)] : GL ERROR
:GL_INVALID_VALUE : glDeleteProgram: unknown program

Comment 96 Deleted

Comment 97 by vangelis@chromium.org, Sep 5 2012

Thanks for the about:gpu 's. It looks like the problem hasn't been resolved at least for some drivers (it was resolved in the machines we were testing with in-house).  Would you mind trying the steps in #62 to see if they repro the problem for you?

Comment 98 by bchris...@gmail.com, Sep 7 2012

Same error, random on some pages. Started happening within last month.

about:gpu below

Graphics Feature Status
Canvas: Hardware accelerated
Compositing: Hardware accelerated
3D CSS: Hardware accelerated
CSS Animation: Accelerated
WebGL: Hardware accelerated
WebGL multisampling: Hardware accelerated
Flash 3D: Hardware accelerated
Flash Stage3D: Hardware accelerated
Version Information
Data exported	Fri Sep 07 2012 08:58:47 GMT+0100 (GMT Daylight Time)
Chrome version	21.0.1180.83 (Official Build 152131) m
Operating system	Windows NT 6.1 SP1
Software rendering list version	1.45
ANGLE revision	1046
2D graphics backend	Skia
Performance Information
Graphics	4.8
Gaming	6.2
Overall	4.8
Driver Information
Initialization time	832
GPU0	VENDOR = 0x8086, DEVICE= 0x0116
Optimus	false
AMD switchable	false
Driver vendor	Intel Corporation
Driver version	8.15.10.2476
Driver date	8-9-2011
Pixel shader version	3.0
Vertex shader version	3.0
GL version	
GL_VENDOR	
GL_RENDERER	
GL_VERSION	
GL_EXTENSIONS	
Diagnostics
0
b3DAccelerationEnabled	true
b3DAccelerationExists	true
bAGPEnabled	true
bAGPExistenceValid	true
bAGPExists	true
bCanRenderWindow	true
bDDAccelerationEnabled	true
bDriverBeta	false
bDriverDebug	false
bDriverSigned	false
bDriverSignedValid	false
bNoHardware	false
dwBpp	32
dwDDIVersion	10
dwHeight	768
dwRefreshRate	60
dwWHQLLevel	0
dwWidth	1366
iAdapter	0
lDriverSize	8311808
lMiniVddSize	0
szAGPStatusEnglish	Enabled
szAGPStatusLocalized	Enabled
szChipType	Intel(R) HD Graphics Family
szD3DStatusEnglish	Enabled
szD3DStatusLocalized	Enabled
szDACType	Internal
szDDIVersionEnglish	10.1
szDDIVersionLocalized	10.1
szDDStatusEnglish	Enabled
szDDStatusLocalized	Enabled
szDXVAHDEnglish	Supported
szDXVAModes	ModeMPEG2_A ModeMPEG2_C ModeWMV9_C ModeVC1_C
szDescription	Intel(R) HD Graphics Family
szDeviceId	0x0116
szDeviceIdentifier	{D7B78E66-4256-11CF-B67D-D701A9C2C535}
szDeviceName	\\.\DISPLAY1
szDisplayMemoryEnglish	1760 MB
szDisplayMemoryLocalized	1760 MB
szDisplayModeEnglish	1366 x 768 (32 bit) (60Hz)
szDisplayModeLocalized	1366 x 768 (32 bit) (60Hz)
szDriverAssemblyVersion	8.15.10.2476
szDriverAttributes	Final Retail
szDriverDateEnglish	8/9/2011 15:32:02
szDriverDateLocalized	09/08/2011 15:32:02
szDriverLanguageEnglish	English
szDriverLanguageLocalized	English
szDriverModelEnglish	WDDM 1.1
szDriverModelLocalized	WDDM 1.1
szDriverName	igdumd64.dll,igd10umd64.dll,igd10umd64.dll,igdumdx32,igd10umd32,igd10umd32
szDriverNodeStrongName	oem22.inf:IntelGfx.NTamd64.6.0:iSNBM0:8.15.10.2476:pci\ven_8086&dev_0116&subsys_21dd17aa
szDriverSignDate	
szDriverVersion	8.15.0010.2476
szKeyDeviceID	Enum\PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0116&SUBSYS_21DD17AA&REV_09
szKeyDeviceKey	\Registry\Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video\{10CD57DD-0F9D-4178-BFE4-72D259C0EE2E}\0000
szManufacturer	Intel Corporation
szMiniVdd	n/a
szMiniVddDateEnglish	n/a
szMiniVddDateLocalized	n/a
szMonitorMaxRes	
szMonitorName	Generic PnP Monitor
szNotesEnglish	No problems found.
szNotesLocalized	No problems found.
szOverlayEnglish	Supported
szRankOfInstalledDriver	00E60001
szRegHelpText	
szRevision	
szRevisionId	0x0009
szSubSysId	0x21DD17AA
szTestResultD3D7English	Not run
szTestResultD3D7Localized	Not run
szTestResultD3D8English	Not run
szTestResultD3D8Localized	Not run
szTestResultD3D9English	Not run
szTestResultD3D9Localized	Not run
szTestResultDDEnglish	Not run
szTestResultDDLocalized	Not run
szVdd	n/a
szVendorId	0x8086
1
b3DAccelerationEnabled	true
b3DAccelerationExists	true
bAGPEnabled	true
bAGPExistenceValid	true
bAGPExists	true
bCanRenderWindow	true
bDDAccelerationEnabled	true
bDriverBeta	false
bDriverDebug	false
bDriverSigned	false
bDriverSignedValid	false
bNoHardware	false
dwBpp	32
dwDDIVersion	10
dwHeight	1080
dwRefreshRate	60
dwWHQLLevel	0
dwWidth	1920
iAdapter	1
lDriverSize	8311808
lMiniVddSize	0
szAGPStatusEnglish	Enabled
szAGPStatusLocalized	Enabled
szChipType	Intel(R) HD Graphics Family
szD3DStatusEnglish	Enabled
szD3DStatusLocalized	Enabled
szDACType	Internal
szDDIVersionEnglish	10.1
szDDIVersionLocalized	10.1
szDDStatusEnglish	Enabled
szDDStatusLocalized	Enabled
szDXVAHDEnglish	Supported
szDXVAModes	ModeMPEG2_A ModeMPEG2_C ModeWMV9_C ModeVC1_C
szDescription	Intel(R) HD Graphics Family
szDeviceId	0x0116
szDeviceIdentifier	{D7B78E66-4256-11CF-B67D-D701A9C2C535}
szDeviceName	\\.\DISPLAY2
szDisplayMemoryEnglish	1760 MB
szDisplayMemoryLocalized	1760 MB
szDisplayModeEnglish	1920 x 1080 (32 bit) (60Hz)
szDisplayModeLocalized	1920 x 1080 (32 bit) (60Hz)
szDriverAssemblyVersion	8.15.10.2476
szDriverAttributes	Final Retail
szDriverDateEnglish	8/9/2011 15:32:02
szDriverDateLocalized	09/08/2011 15:32:02
szDriverLanguageEnglish	English
szDriverLanguageLocalized	English
szDriverModelEnglish	WDDM 1.1
szDriverModelLocalized	WDDM 1.1
szDriverName	igdumd64.dll,igd10umd64.dll,igd10umd64.dll,igdumdx32,igd10umd32,igd10umd32
szDriverNodeStrongName	oem22.inf:IntelGfx.NTamd64.6.0:iSNBM0:8.15.10.2476:pci\ven_8086&dev_0116&subsys_21dd17aa
szDriverSignDate	
szDriverVersion	8.15.0010.2476
szKeyDeviceID	Enum\PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0116&SUBSYS_21DD17AA&REV_09
szKeyDeviceKey	\Registry\Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video\{10CD57DD-0F9D-4178-BFE4-72D259C0EE2E}\0001
szManufacturer	Intel Corporation
szMiniVdd	n/a
szMiniVddDateEnglish	n/a
szMiniVddDateLocalized	n/a
szMonitorMaxRes	
szMonitorName	Generic PnP Monitor
szNotesEnglish	No problems found.
szNotesLocalized	No problems found.
szOverlayEnglish	Supported
szRankOfInstalledDriver	00E60001
szRegHelpText	
szRevision	
szRevisionId	0x0009
szSubSysId	0x21DD17AA
szTestResultD3D7English	Not run
szTestResultD3D7Localized	Not run
szTestResultD3D8English	Not run
szTestResultD3D8Localized	Not run
szTestResultD3D9English	Not run
szTestResultD3D9Localized	Not run
szTestResultDDEnglish	Not run
szTestResultDDLocalized	Not run
szVdd	n/a
szVendorId	0x8086

Comment 99 by nicolas....@gmail.com, Sep 13 2012

I gave this a try on my i7-2600 (with HD Graphics 2000), but couldn't reproduce it. That's with recent drivers. I notice those about:gpu logs show they're using drivers that are about a year old. I found those drivers but they failed to install. I believe they might be OEM-specific.

Comment 100 by jtan@chromium.org, Oct 6 2012

Status: Fixed
The initial patch appeared to have decreased occurrences, and this doesn't seem to be happening anymore with the latest Stable update. Closing, please file a new bug if this still happens on Chrome 22.

Comment 101 by dhw@chromium.org, Oct 20 2012

 Issue 156658  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 102 by k...@google.com, Jan 14 2013

Labels: -Merge-Approved

Comment 103 by bugdroid1@chromium.org, Mar 10 2013

Project Member
Labels: -Area-Internals -Feature-GPU -Mstone-21 Cr-Internals-GPU M-21 Cr-Internals

Comment 104 by ashej...@chromium.org, Jul 31 2013

Cc: ashej...@chromium.org
 Issue 141883  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 105 by dhw@chromium.org, Nov 13 2013

 Issue 145524  has been merged into this issue.

Comment 106 by dhw@chromium.org, Nov 13 2013

 Issue 145920  has been merged into this issue.
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