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Download Chrome Crash-FIX Tool

Perform full scan to detect obsolete references to Google Chrome’s ActiveX/ DLL files.

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Now that you've scan results on your screen. Fix all errors pertaining to Google Chrome files and settings.

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Disable Conflicting Modules

Windows 8.1/ 8
Windows 7/ Vista
  • Type “chrome://conflicts” in Address Bar.

    Press ENTER. Please wait till it generates list of all modules.

    Problematic modules are now highlighted.

    Exit Google Chrome; press Windows Key + X.

    Select Programs and Features.

    Uninstall programs using those modules.

  • Open “chrome://conflicts” in a new tab.

    Now you’ve incompatible modules highlighted on the screen.

    Click Start; select Control Panel.

    Click Programs | Programs and Features.

    Remove programs using malfunctioning, incompatible modules.

Disable Plugins

Type “about:plugins” and press ENTER.

This opens up a new tab with list of all plug-ins.

Disable all items.

Click Menu icon on upper right corner of the screen.

Select More Tools | Extensions.

Disable all items from the new page that opens.

Collect Crash Info

Type "chrome://crashes" in Address Bar.

Press ENTER.

Now that you've a new tab with detailed crash information and logs.

Quickly Update your Drivers

Click "Start Scan" button to perform quick scan and check for driver updates. The scan may take a minute or two.

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In the next page that opens, click "Get Drivers" button to automatically download and update your system drivers.

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Delete User Profile Data

Using File Explorer

Windows 8.1/ 8
Windows 7/ Vista
  • Double click Computer icon.
    Open following folder: C:Users[User_Name]AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser DataDefault
    Remove all files, sub folders from it.

  • Press Windows Key + R.
    Type "AppData" and click OK.
    Open following folder: LocalGoogleChromeUser DataDefault
    Delete all folder contents.

Disable Sandbox

Using Properties Dialog

Right click Google Chrome desktop icon.

Select Properties from context menu options.

This opens up a new dialog named Chrome Properties.

Click Shortcut tab.

Type “ --no-sandbox” at the end of “Target” text box value.

Click Apply,  and then OK.

Clear Cache

Click Menu icon on upper right corner.

Select More Tools | Clear browsing Data.

In the new prompt that opens, check-up all boxes.

Select "the beginning of time" from drop down box.

Click "Clear Browsing Data" button.

Register Proxy File

Using Command Prompt.

Windows 8.1/ 8
Windows 7/ Vista
  • Press Windows Key + X; select Command Prompt (Admin).
    Type following command; press ENTER:
    CD C:Program FilesInternet Explorer
    regsvr32 -u IEPROXY.DLL
    regsvr32 IEPROXY.DLL
    Quit the window; restart your PC.

  • Click Start; point to All Programs | Accessories.
    Right click Command Prompt.
    Choose Run as administrator from right-click options menu.
    Unregister and reregister IEPROXY.DLL file. (Refer Steps # 2-3 under Windows 8.1/ 8 user's section)

Change Registry Settings

Using Registry Editor

Press Windows Key + R.

In the new dialog that opens, type “RegEdit”, and click OK.

Locate following sub key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet Settings

Right click “Internet Settings” sub key; select New | String Value.

Specify the following:

String Name: MaxConnectionsPerServer

String Value: 10

Click OK, exit out of the screen.

Reset Security Zones

Using Internet Properties

Press Windows Key + R.

Type “inetcpl.cpl”, click OK.

A new dialog opens up on your screen.

Click Security tab, and then Internet icon.

Change Security Level slider to Medium-High value.

Click the button named “Reset all zones to default level”.

Click Apply, and then OK.

Disable Software Rendering

Using Internet Properties

Open Internet Properties dialog box. (Refer Disable Sandbox section)

In the new dialog that opens, click Advanced tab.

Uncheck the box labelled “Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering” under Accelerated Graphics section.

Click OK.

Uninstall Ad-Filters

Using Control Panel

Windows 8.1/ 8
Windows 7
Windows Vista
  • Press Windows Key + C.

    This opens up Charms Bar. Click Settings icon, and then Control Panel icon.

    In the upper right corner Search box, type “Uninstall a program”.

    Open Programs and Features from Search Results.

    Uninstall your Ad-Filter program from subsequent screen.

  • Click Start; type "Uninstall a program" in Search Box and press ENTER.

    Remove the Ad-Filtering program from the new window that opens.

  • Click Start, select Control Panel.

    Click Programs | Programs and Features | Uninstall a program.

    Right click your Ad-Filtering program; select Uninstall option.

Disable DM Integration

Using Options Dialog

Open the download manager program you use. Example: Internet Download Manager

Click the Options menu, choose General option.

This opens up a new dialog box. As in our case, its named Internet Download Manager Configuration.

Click the General tab.

Under Capture downloads from the following browsers box, uncheck Google Chrome and then click OK.

Exit and re-open your browser for the changes to take effects.

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