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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unable to run Google Chrome
Which internet browser is your default one? what is the version of it?
Since Chrome is the latest Google browser which require at least Win XP with service pack 2 or Vista with its updates so it might be a problem.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
goto http://www.spybot.de download it, update it, run it several times (rebooting between each time)
You may need to download it on a different pc
Posted on May 28, 2009
If its a cache related problem, try clearing your browser's cache. Also try flushing your DNS. Open a command prompt and type:
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Here you go let me know how it works.... You may want to reset settings in Internet Explorer
In Chrome, click the wrench icon, select "Options" then "Under the hood". Hit the button at the bottom that says "Reset to defaults".
On the same screen, make sure "Use DNS pre-fetching" is un-checked.
On the same screen, scroll down and press the button that says "Change proxy settings".
This assumes you are on broadband (with a pen and paper, write down your current settings so you can back them up if things go wrong). Click on "Lan Settings". Make sure "Automatically Detect Settings" is un-checked. Click "Ok".
Go to the Window XP/Vista Control Panel (Start, Settings, Control Panel). Load up the "Network Connections".
You will now see a list of the network cards and bridges on your computer. Only one of these is used by your computer to connect to the internet. For example, if you are using wireless internet you will only be using the wireless connection. Right click on each other connection and select "disable". You should only have one enabled connection.
Restart your machine. Turn it off and on again. This is a very important step.
Google Chrome will now be working fully. If not, then clear your history and cache and restart the browser.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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