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How to Resolve Error Appcrash In Google Chrome

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One problem happens very often with the Google Chrome browser is the famous APPCRASH, best known for this error message:
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But how can we solve the APPCRASH error? ...
First check in the browser, which modules (drivers or systems) were loaded and what was the main conflict possible. This will give us a "light on the road" and guide us to a possible solution.
To do this;
1. Open the browser.
2. Type in the address bar this command about: Conflicts
3. We show the following ...
This information will be very helpful.
Now, if after seeing the potential conflict and make the changes that you consider relevant, continuous errors followed in Google Chrome, chances are that this damaged your profile on browser settings.
Solve Error Appcrash Repairing the Profile in Google Chrome.
If you follow these steps, you can repair damaged your browser Google Chrome profile and thereby eliminate the sign "has stopped working".
Step 1. You must have closed your browser Google Chrome.
Step 2. Copy and paste these commands in your line running Windows.
a) In Windows Vista, 7 and 8:% LOCALAPPDATA% \ Google \ Chrome \ User Data \
b) In Windows XP:% USERPROFILE% \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ Google \ Chrome \ User Data \
So as you see in the picture.



* This window in Windows Vista, 7 and 8 can open it by pressing [Windows Logo] + [R] keys
Step 3. When clicking the [OK] button will get the following window:
Step 4. Locate the Default folder. Now rename it to Backup.
Step 5. Cut and Paste Chrome Backup folder to folder. as-resolver-
Step 6. Close all windows and open the Google Chrome browser.
This will create a new Default folder with a new user profile, which will make you have a browser Google Chrome "clean and new."
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Another Possible Solution to Error Appcrash.

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I had the same. MY solution was:

Boot into Save-Mode.

In your google folder Rename 'Chrome' to something else to not loose it, found in:   C:\Users\hp\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome

Reboot normally, and reinstall Chrome. Worked for me...

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