Question about Google Chrome
Sounds like you may have gotten a malware virus which causes your directories to be moved. When your directories are moved what happens is when Chrome tries to connect to the internet it is using the wrong directory which causes the webpage being unable to display. This happend with me aswell and re-installing didnt fix it.
Restore the a previouse date that you know the computer worked.
Download and install Malwarebytes and run the free virus scan.
Test on another internet connection to make sure it isn't your internet provider's fault.
Restore to a previouse date, and also run a malware scan to verify your computer is good to go, but for a quick fix run Malwarebytes.
Hope this fixes your problem and hope this help ^^, Please don't forget to rate, Thanks!!!
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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