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Help- Chrome Won't Work Now..


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#1 nottocelle

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Posted 16 September 2014 - 04:09 PM

Hey all, so I always use Google Chrome, it's my favorite browser and imo the best.. However after the last Windows 7 update, when I went to browse, it wouldn't work.. It ran incredibly bad, kept on freezing up and saying that it was not responding.. I closed it and reopened it over and over again and the same thing continued to occur..

 

So, I decided that it had to be due to the new update, and that it must have been making Chrome act like this so I did a system restore and wala, chrome was back to normal and working.. This happened about a week ago.. However, now when I try to restore my computer as I did to make it work, it won't restore, thus I'm unable to go on Google Chrome..

 

PLEASE HELP. I need Chrome to work, my job depends on it.

 

 



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Posted 16 September 2014 - 04:52 PM

Help- Anyone?



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Posted 17 September 2014 - 05:08 PM

I appreciate it goes against the grain, but I would be inclined to uninstall Chrome and use IE to download and re-install the latest version. It sounds like your previously existing version of Chrome disagreed with the update.

I did hear of problems with the August MS updates, but not particularly affecting Chrome, and I haven't heard of any problems with the September updates. MS did bring out a fix for the update that had caused some users problems.

If you uninstall and re-install Chrome and it doesn't improve things, post back.

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