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How to Fix Frequent Google Chrome Crashes?
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How to Fix Frequent Google Chrome Crashes?

Google Chrome a widely used web browser crashes a lot. If you're encountering frequent crashes, please follow the steps outlined in this article.

The Sandbox feature is a part of Google Chrome settings. The sandbox is a security feature. It deals with security aspects of the browser. To fix frequent Google Chrome crashes by disabling the sandbox feature. If the crashes are stopped, there is definitely conflict with the sandbox feature.

For Windows 8.1/ 8 and Earlier Versions:
1. Right click the desktop shortcut of the program.
2. Choose Properties from the context menu.
3. Click the Shortcut tab in the new shortcut Properties dialog.
4. Check the path specified in the Target textbox. Add the following command next to the existing path without deleting anything:
5. Click on Apply button, and then click on OK button.

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.

Disable or simply remove the unused plug-ins in your browser. Lot of plug-ins may cause problems running commonly shared scripts and thereby Google Chrome crash occurs. Remove the unused plug-ins to avoid this issue.

For Windows 8.1/ 8 and Earlier Versions:
1. First open the browser.
2. Type "about: plugins" (remove spaces in between) in your address bar.
3. Press ENTER.
4. Check which plug-ins are currently activated. Click the "Remove" link of all those plug-ins you would like to delete.

The newly released updates are helpful to fix crashes. The steps are given below:

For Windows 8.1/ 8:
1. Press the Windows Key to open the Start Screen.
2. Type "update" in the Search Box.
3. Click the Settings icon.
4. Open "Check for updates" from the Start Screen.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions.

For Earlier Versions of Windows:
1. Click the Start button on your Taskbar.
2. Click All Programs | Windows Update.
3. Click "Check for updates" button, and follow the on-screen instructions.

This file is located in the System32 folder. It is a part of Bluetooth Streaming Video technology. Chrome Flash keeps crashing due to conflicts between this file and Chrome browser. Simply exit all open programs and remove the file to prevent such conflicts.

1. Exit all open programs including Bluetooth Suite.
2. Double click Computer desktop icon.
3. Open the following folder:
4. Delete the file named ‚,¨Btwvdpfilter.dll‚,¨.
5. Restart your computer for the changes to take effects.

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