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Repair Google Chorme Crashes
Published by MarkLee
07-11-2014
Repair Google Chorme Crashes

We have come across many people who get "Whoa! Google Chrome has crashed!" error. Fortunately, there are couple of techniques through which it's easy to solve this problem. Follow the tips & tricks in this article until your issue fixes.

Well, there are many technical causes such as problematic extensions, file corruption, Sandbox. In this article we'll look after every possibility and try to diagnose the problem accordingly. If you're looking for an alternative way to diagnose Chrome crashes, you may have to download Chrome Crash Repair utility.

AppData files contain important browser settings. Failure to load this data causes Google Chrome to crash unexpectedly. Delete corrupt files so that new fresh files will be automatically created.

1. Double click My Computer desktop icon.
2. Open this folder: C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Use r Data\Default
3. Select all and delete files from the "Default" folder.

Remember that DLLs/ ActiveX file registration entries are corrupted. Use the ZombieSoftFix. Check for the registration entries of those files and resolve any issues that are found. I bet after restarting the PC it'll work normal.

The "No Sandbox" command disables the Sandbox feature. It is a security feature which sometimes lead technical conflicts. Disable it and check whether Chrome crashes are solved.

1. Right click Google Chrome desktop icon, select Properties.
2. Click the Shortcut tab.
3. Add " --no-sandbox" text at the end of the existing path specified in the Target textbox.
4. Click OK.

Browser history, temporary Internet files and cache contents need to be cleared on a regular basis. Corrupt Internet files cause runtime errors which ultimately crash the web browser. Here are the steps to delete browser history:

1. Click the Wrench icon on the right hand side of your screen.
2. Select Tools | Clear browsing data.
3. Check-up all the boxes in the new dialog.
4. Click "Clear browsing data" button to proceed.

Google Chrome may have conflicts with other software installed on your PC. It comes with a technology to identify conflicting software so that the user can uninstall it manually. Type "chrome://conflicts" (without quotes) in the Address Bar and press ENTER. All modules will appear in a list. Uninstall software which conflicts with Google Chorme.

Extensions are third party items installed within the web browser. They provide access to third party websites and services. Malfunctioning or unsupported extensions cause Google Chrome crashes. Disable all extensions displayed on the Extensions page.

1. Click the Wrench icon.
2. Select Tools | Extensions.
3. Disable all extensions in the new page.

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