Question about Google Chrome
When I start Google Chrome, that startup shows the waiting cursor for a few seconds, after which Chrome does not start. The cursor turns normal again and nothing seemed to have happened.
The Chrome process has started however and runs at maximum processor use. This is repeated every time I try to start it. (a new process is added).
Uninstalling and re-installing did not work.
I'm using (or better: trying to use) version 0.4.154.29
You have the latest version of Google Chrome - but it is still in BETA. I'm using the same version on Windows Vista Home Premium and I haven't seen the same problem. My advice would be to use a different browser such as Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer until Google Chrome is past the BETA stage gate.
You should also check that all your Windows updates are current.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
I had a similar problem with my chrome installation on winxp with chrome version 188.8.131.52.
I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, and the problem went away for about 4 hours.
This time when I saw the process was running but no window was up, I set the priority on the process to high. This brought the window up, and I have not had a problem since (going on 2 days now). This does not set the priority for the process to high for every execution, just the one that is running at the time.
This is just a work-around, there is an issue somewhere, but if it helps....
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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