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Chrome crashes on certain websites

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#1 nik312124


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Posted 17 April 2018 - 06:51 PM

Hello! My father's work laptop crashes on certain websites. I'm not exactly what the reasoning for this is. An example website is delta.com.


He only uses it for work purposes and does not play games or do anything else on it. His Chrome only has bookmarks, the Adobe reader extension, and the Adblock Plus extension.


I've confirmed that the problem is only isolated to Chrome by searching delta.com on Internet Explorer and Firefox.


Additionally, I tried clearing all browser history, cookies, etc.


Furthermore, I reset Chrome using the option in Chrome settings and also tried deleting the Default folder.


I have also tried scanning with a few AV scanners, including Adwcleaner, Malwarebytes, Malwarebytes Antirootkit, Sophos, and Hitman Pro. I also used TFC to clean the temporary files.


I also went to chrome://chrome to see if an update would help. I updated Chrome, but unfortunately, that didn't mitigate the issue either.



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