Can you think of anything you or the computer did right before the problem started, such as hardware or software install, uninstall, update, malware, or damage?
Make sure you've updated to the latest version of Chrome. (Wrench Icon > About Google Chrome
Also, I found with my netbook that putting in the maximum amount of RAM supported did wonders, esp. when running Win7 and Chrome. Chrome can easily eat up half a gigabyte by itself.
to list programs that start automatically.
- Download the .zip file and extract its contents to your desktop.
Follow these instructions if you are not familiar with how to extract files from a .zip file.
- On the desktop, right-click autoruns and select Run As Administrator.
Autoruns will begin scanning immediately.
- Watch the status bar at the bottom of the window. When it reports as finished, click File > Save and save the report to your desktop as autorun.
- Right-click the new file and click Send To > Compressed (zipped) Folder. A new .zip file will appear on the desktop.
- In this thread, click Add Reply and use the Attachments section to attach the .zip file to your next reply.
Click the Start Orb and type services
. When it appears in the search results, click it. Scroll down and locate Windows Search
. Double-click it. Set the Startup Type
. Click OK
Edited by LucheLibre, 01 March 2012 - 12:27 PM.