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This error is most likely due to a problem with the Application folder on your computer during the installation process.
To resolve this issue, delete the Application folder, then try installing again. Follow these steps (for Windows):
Go to the Start menu > Run.
Enter one of the following commands in the text field, depending on your operating system.
Windows XP: %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome
Windows Vista: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome
Delete the Application folder. If you're having difficulty deleting
this folder, check for active Google Chrome processes on your computer
and end them. Here are a few ways to locate and shut down these
Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete on your keyboard and click Task Manager. Click the Processes tab and end every process that includes "google" or "chrome" in its name.
1) Back up the registry on an affected system. 2) Open the registry on the Agent system by entering regedit from a run prompt. 3) Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SysPlant. 4) Open the Start DWORD. 5) Change the value to 4 to disable the drivers. 6) Reboot the system to commit the changes.
1) Navigate to Control Panel and Add/Remove Programs for XP or Programs and Features for Vista. 2) Scroll down to Symantec Endpoint Protection and hit Change or Modify. 3) Choose Modify from the Symantec menu. 4) Uninstall Application and Device Control from the menu. 5) Restart your computer. 6) Attempt to reinstall Google Chrome.