Get an error while opening web browser

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I have a problem with my web browser Google Chrome.

When I browsed YouTube, or any other website with little work load, my web browser "Google Chrome" crashed or hanged. It demands re-launch to web browser many times, again and again.

I don't know the actual problem with my browser!

Can anyone solve my problem?

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Best Answer by Ronnie Price
Answered By 0 points N/A #116571

Get an error while opening web browser

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First, you have to make sure that you have the latest version of Google Chrome. You may check that by clicking the wrench icon on the upper right hand side of the screen. After that, click on "About Google Chrome." The latest version is Google Chrome 15.0.854.0 Beta. If you don't have the latest version, you may download it here http://filehippo.com/download_google_chrome/.

Ok, let's start with a clean installation of Google Chrome. Please uninstall your current version — you can do that from the Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs menu. From there, it would be helpful to know if you have Google Updater listed there too — that's a program you receive with Google Pack, and it manages Google software on your computer. If you see it listed, please temporarily uninstall it.

Reboot your computer and try to install or run the new Google Chrome that you downloaded.

Are you still having trouble? If so, please let us know of the following information:

– Your operating system (do you have any service packs installed?)
– Your anti-virus software (oftentimes, these issues are related to software conflicts)

Hope that is enough to resolve your problems with Google Chrome.

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Get an error while opening web browser

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What version of Google Chrome are you using? If it is still in beta stage, try to uninstall it. Install a clean final version of Chrome. Beta version usually has many bugs.

Try to delete local state file.

Find it here:

If you’re running XP: C:Documents and Settings<username>Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser Data 

If you’re running VISTA: C:Users<username>AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser Data

Replace <username> with the username you use on your computer. Also scan your system with your anti-virus. A virus, malware or spyware might be causing this.

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