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Google Chrome Crashes/Stalls Computer - Requires Hard Reboot


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#1 AnotherDay

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Posted 03 April 2013 - 07:18 PM

Hey there, kinda new here.  Anyway.. Let's get down to business.
 
I don't know how to upload anything such as attachments otherwise I'd upload the PCHF results as well as the MiniToolBox results.
 
Yet here's the speccy results: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/63uxPbM8rX6Rufa1ftyeSo6
 
So whenever I do anything, open, try to uninstall, etc, with google chrom my computer is fine for about three seconds then it stalls for about twenty seconds.  After this is -seems- fine, yet really isn't.  Upon attempting ot do anything, log off, open the task manager, etc, the little spinning circle indicating it is loading pops up then it just outright freezes from anywhere between two to five minutes.  After that the mouse can be moved, the keyboard is not locked up as I can toggle caps lock, num lock, etc, yet because everything else is still locked up I cannot do anything or see anything being typed, if it is at all.
 
I have run multiple virus scans with Windows Security Essentials, full scans, I have run startup recovery, I have attempted to system restore yet that failed each time.  My system is absolutely malware free and as of a month or so ago all of my drivers are up to date, which I -think- may be part of my problem.  As I vaguely recall having a similar issue with chrome after updating my video drivers a year or more ago, I had to, as I recall, roll back my drivers to resolve the issue.  I am hoping I don't have to do that again and I have no idea if it will even solve the issue as I've successfully been using these drivers for well over a month now.  Once I know how to upload things I'll also upload my MiniToolBox and PCHF results.
 
Thanks in advance for your time, if you need any additional information please feel free to ask.  :D

Edited by Blade, 03 April 2013 - 08:03 PM.
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Posted 03 April 2013 - 09:49 PM

Can I get some help?  I can't figure out how to upload attachments at all.  I've read your help topic here yet that doesn't help at all, it just tells me how to attach things however the buttons to do so are not at all available in the topic editor.  I've looked over the media library thing and can't upload it there I really have no idea how to include the files for viewing.


Edited by AnotherDay, 03 April 2013 - 09:53 PM.


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Posted 05 April 2013 - 05:58 PM

Not all forums allow attachments for security reasons. Copy and paste the results of log outputs if you want to include them.

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