Question about Google Chrome
I consider myself fair at computers. I installed Chrome a bit back
but never had good use of the program. Now I get this error message
when I attempt to start Chrome: "instruction at "x5a9288f8"
referenced at "x5a9288f8" could not be written. Check OK to terminate
the program. Cancel to debug the program."
It is a wonderful message full of info I have no understanding of. To
make matters works, I cannot uninstall Chrome nor reinstall it. When
I start my computer I get this message and my system is not acting
Of course I work with the mentally ill so stability is not something I
take for granted. Is there an uninsatll tool I can use to override
the system? Does Google think ahead and create a file like this so we
can use our system again.
I had Roxio and Norton issues and they have tools to uninstall
problematic programs. I took my computer to best buy...for something
else and the Geek said, "Cool, your using Chrome." I guess this is
why he is a geek. If he only knew the problems I've had.
I'm new at these forum sites so is someone wants to email me at
email@example.com with some help I would appreciate it. As a side
issue, the FTC has a monitor on my computer because I had my identy
stolen so don't send me stuff you don't want Mr. Cheney or Bush to
I didn't know they offered this service. I knew Cheney did but not
You can remove Google Chrome like any other Windows program. Follow these steps: Click the Start menu on your computer taskbar.
Select All Programs.
Select Google Chrome.
Select Uninstall Google Chrome.
Click the Yes button in the confirmation dialog box.
The uninstall process will begin and all your Google Chrome browser and application shortcuts will also be removed.
Alternatively, you can double-click Add or Remove programs in Window XP's Control Panel or Programs and Features in Windows Vista, select Google Chrome in the list, and click the Remove button.
Google Chrome leaves behind your profile information in case you wish to reinstall in the future. To delete this information, go to \Documents and Settings\<user>\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome in Windows XP or \Documents and Settings\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome in Windows Vista.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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