Question about Google Chrome
Keep getting an update error code 3: 0x80080005
Try this guideline:
Close Google Chrome
Click the Start
In the search box, type CMD
Click on the CMD icon and you will see the command window open
Type: cd %localappdata%\google\update
After you press enter, you cursor should now be in your google update directory
Type: GoogleUpdate.exe /RegServer
Running that only took a second.
Open Google chrome and check 'About Google Chrome' again and it should now check the update servers successfully.
If problem still occurs then use system utility tool Intel Software Partner Reginout.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can solve your problem, just follo these steps:
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: Google Chrome Error
What you need to do is,
right click your file so you bring up the options menu of solutions such as Delete, Rename, etc. If you’re running Vista you should have the option to click “Run as Administrator” simply click this (ensure you have administrator priveledges, else wise this may not work) and it’ll pop up asking you if you’re sure, click yes.
This should launch the installer and fix it!
Hope my info fixes your problem.....
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Posted on Oct 07, 2008
SOURCE: Running updated Windows XP.
This is a problem related to a Norton security software that you might have on your computer awhile , so the best way to correct the problem is to download Norton removal tool and then after that run the software and that should do it.
Posted on May 07, 2010
SOURCE: i keep getting error 10
Follow the steps bellow:
1) Click your start button 2) Select "All Programs" 3) Select "McAfee" 4) Select "Firewall" 5) Click "settings" 6) Click "restore defaults"
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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