Google Chrome.exe Application Error Problem

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Hey, Everyone!

I am looking for some gurus of Application Software installation who know why error occurs. I am having problem with the installation of Chrome on my laptop. As soon as I run the exe file, it displays an error.
 
The instruction at “0x24418bf7” referenced memory at "0x24418bf7". The memory could not be “read”.
 
Click on OK to terminate the program
 
Click on CANCEL to debug the program
 
If I press ok, then the installation is terminated. If I press cancel button, it just runs a self debugging process and then disappears without resolving the installation issue. First, I thought that there may be a problem with the laptop, so I tried the same exe file on a computer having win server 2003 on it. It was also generating the same error.
 
So I tried to download a new copy of that exe file from the same site where I downloaded it before and installed it again. The same error appeared.
 
If there is a guru out there who can solve this issue for me, then please reply to this post.
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Best Answer by chevin160
Answered By 0 points N/A #121577

Google Chrome.exe Application Error Problem

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This method can solve the problem:
 
  • First of all, close all the programs which are running.
  • Then right click on the Chrome and click on the properties button.
  • In the properties, you'll find out the shortcut tab. Click on it.
  • There are two quotes in the shortcut tab. You type in target type as no sandbox.
  • Then apply it and close the window.
  • Now you should run the Google Chrome very easily and normally. You will no longer face this error.
 
Thank you.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #121578

Google Chrome.exe Application Error Problem

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Greetings Hambres!

Just follow these instructions:

 

  • Go to the  Wrench and select Options.
  • Go to the Personal Stuff tab.
  • Click on Clear browsing data.
  • Obliterate the following items.
  • Select Everything in Clear data from this period.
  • Click Clear Browsing Data.
 
If error still persists:
 
  • Make a backup copy of C:Documents and SettingsusernameLocal SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser DataDefault for Windows XP.
  • Make a backup copy of C:UsersusernameAppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser DataDefault for Windows Vista.
  • Delete the contents of C:Documents and SettingsusernameLocal SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser Data for Windows XP.
  • Restart Chrome.

 

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