Question about Google Chrome
To initialize properly(0x0000005).click on ok to terminate application
1) right click on the google chrome icon on your desktop
2) click on properties
3) click on shortcut
4) where it says target and the end put a space and then --no-sandbox
5) press apply and then ok and it should work
if this does not work i am sorry but this is what worked for me
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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