Google Chrome has crashed error

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I am a Google Chrome user and still want to be.  Google Chrome was working fine yesterday, but today I suddenly receive this error message stating the Google Chrome has crashed. 

I tried restarting and also reinstalling Google Chrome, but the same error happened. 

I don’t want to switch to a new browser.

Please help resolve the issue. 


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Whoa! Google Chrome has crashed. Restart now?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #105347

Google Chrome has crashed error


Well I would suggest you to disable IDM Integration with Google Chrome, as this creates problem when you integrate Google Chrome with IDM, Google Chrome shuts down unexpectedly. Therefore by going in General Tab just uncheck and disable Google Chrome and check if it still crashes. In order to integrate IDM with Google Chrome you can download Oget Google Chrome extension and this will help. Also run an antivirus and check if there are any virus and scan all the files. Hope it helps.


Answered By 0 points N/A #105348

Google Chrome has crashed error

You haven’t mentioned about your operating system. So I am giving solution for windows operating system. First if you are using IDM then uninstall it and try to re install the chrome again. If it not works then there might be problem with malware to find malware you have to type about: conflicts on your address bar and then delete it by your antivirus. And again reinstall your browser. If again you face such a problem then surly you facing problem with corrupted user profile. To solve this problem you have to delete user profile file. Click on run write the codE below:
For windows 7—%LOCALAPPDATA%GoogleChromeUser Data
For Windows XP—-%USERPROFILE%Local settingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser Data
Then click ok then you have rename the default folder as back up and cut it and past it on the chrome folder.
Answered By 10 points N/A #105349

Google Chrome has crashed error


Hallo Genmaca,

I will suggest that you uninstall Google chrome and install it again but I am not absolutely sure if that is going to solve the problem. Otherwise try the following methods to solve the problem:

Locate the 'Default' folder and rename it to 'Backup'. To find this folder, look for it in the following locations:

For windows XP: Documents and Settings\Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser Data

and for vista or windows 7:

Users\AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser Data

Another thing you should try to do if the above solution does not work is to move the 'Backup' folder.  In case the browser will continue to crash then try moving the backup folder that you just created from the User Data folder to the upper level folder 'Chrome'.

Hope this helps.


Lee Hung

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