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Windows vista sp2, chrome freezes after about 10-15 min of use, not even the three figure salute helps (crtl-alt-del) have to force a hard shutdown, did have an issue w/ the sp2 install, it was cancelled during the install that killed all the sys restore points & also caused some startup issues that have been resolved. can i repair chrome or do i need to reinstall, i backed up the bookmarks any thing else i need to do for a reinstall?? TIA

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Download and install this fantastic free program CCleaner. http://www.ccleaner.com/download During the installation watch for the download of the Yahoo Toolbar and uncheck that box to prevent that from being installed. Now open CCleaner and go to the Tools tab >> Uninstall tab and uninstall Google Chrome. Now go the the Issues tab and scan for issues. Fix all issues it finds and make a backup if you wish, although I have never seen CCleaner cause any problems. It is a mild, safe, registry cleaner and will find many issues if you have not ran a registry cleaner before. Now go to the Cleaner tab and run the cleaner which will remove all temporary internet files and files you no longer need. Close CCleaner and open Disk Cleanup and run that. Remove all it finds. Restart your computer and install Google Chrome again.

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