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Go to control panel
add and remove programes uninsatll it
then reinstall it via google

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hi there.
try this.if this does not work go to the link at the bottom and see if it helps you out more.
Symptoms: When you open Google Chrome, you receive a pop-up error message that says "Your profile could not be opened correctly. Some features may be unavailable. Please check that the profile exists and you have permission to read and write its contents.
Problem Cause: You have corruption in your Google Chrome profile data.
Solutions:
Mac OSX
  1. Quit Google Chrome.
  2. Open Terminal.
  3. Change directory (cd) to /Users/{user}/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default
  4. Delete Web Data and History files: rm -rf History*; rm -rf Web\ Data;
  5. Start Google Chrome and the error should be gone.
Windows 7
  1. Quit Google Chrome.
  2. Open Computer.
  3. Navigate to C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\
  4. Delete the file named "Web Data"
  5. Start Google Chrome and the error should be gone.
Windows XP
  1. Quit Google Chrome.
  2. Open Computer.
  3. Turn on Show Hidden Files and Foldesr in Folder Options in Windows Explorer.
  4. Navigate to: C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\
  5. Delete the file named "Web Data"
  6. Start Google Chrome and the error should be gone.
Linux
  1. Quit Google Chrome.
  2. Open a shell.
  3. Change directory (cd) to ~/.config/google-chrome/Default
  4. Delete the file named "Web Data": rm -rf Web\ Data;
  5. Start Google Chrome and the error should be gone.
NOTE: If the problem repeats itself after every reboot, then there is most likely corruption is your user profile, so you will have to delete the profile and start a new one. In order to do that, follow the above steps, and replace step 5 and 6 with the following. Make sure that you backup your bookmarks before doing this, as they are a part of your profile and will disappear after doing this:
5. Locate the folder called "Default" in the directory window that opens and rename it as "Backup default."
6. Try opening Google Chrome again. A new "Default" folder is automatically created as you start using the browser.

your profile could not be opened correctly chrome Google Search

Nov 17, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Unable to install google search engine as default browser


If you mean you want to make chrome your default browser, follow the steps listed here: Make Chrome your default browser

If you want to make google.com your homepage:
  • Go into the Google Chrome Settings
  • Look for the "On Start-up" item
  • Click on "Set pages" next to "Open a specific page or set of pages."
  • Add your URL and click OK.

Jan 10, 2014 | Google Computers & Internet

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Google chrome was unable to start correctly(0*c00000a5)


So, shut down your computer, switch it on and start it again. If it still has problems then you might have to re-install chrome.

Jul 13, 2011 | Google Chrome

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When I installed google chrome again an error appeared naming "the application was unable to start correctly (0*c00000a5). Click OK to close the application". I uninstalled it becuase the same...


That seems to happen when people mix 64-bit and 32-bit environments; either you're using RunAs in a weird way or the Intel exception BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (which you got; it's not about you, though) is your particular installation of Windows' way of whining that MSIE should be tops on your list. Maybe you need to pick a different version (e.g. 32bit) of Chrome...usually if you install on the same machine you downloaded chrome by (from chrome.google.com) you should be fine, though!

It's pretty logical for a program you uninstalled to not run anymore, on the other hand. You get to reinstall chrome from a new download and see if things improve.

May 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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DEAR SIR, It is inform that ur google chrome could not be opened correctly.some features are unable.kindly guide.regards nimade


Chrome is the latest version of google and mossilla foxpro internet browsers. Chrome functions with consideration of the operating system of the computer, and internet firewall settings. consider an alternate internet browser, chrome is malfunct with some operating systms

Dec 06, 2010 | Google Chrome

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Google chrome browser is unable to open any page


I would suggest giving Firefox a try.

Dec 08, 2009 | Google Chrome

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