Here's a link to it. Starting April 30, the update can be manually downloaded, and it will be released to more users in the second week of May. Then I read that there could be a problem between Chrome and Cyberlink YouCam. So if I start a game on Steam in fullscreen, alt-tab to desktop to use Chrome, it immediately crashes. We're still looking into this to see what is the root cause.
Provide us the event viewer logs to know more about the event errors that is caused in the computer. I got a message in my Gmail, saying there was an issue and I needed to sign in. It was crashing because of the other softwares that came with Comodo Firewall, i uninstalled comodo dragon, internet security and geekbudy. You should now have no crashes when you operate it. Workaround 3: Clear Cache and Data Android Only Android users have an extra option - Clear Cached Data in Google Chrome app.
No malware checked via 2 different apps. However, before you head to that, you can force stop the troubled Chrome at first. None of this seems to help. Rename it to Backup Default then right click to cut the folder so you can paste it into the parent folder. The window will open, show up white for 3-5 seconds then just close itself. Saw that latest update to Chrome was done on Feb 7 -- so, assume something in that? Sure enough, I had Cyberlink YouCam installed… after uninstalling, voila, Chrome is working again! You might find the offender without removing all.
Recently it started to crash and i had to go into task manager and restart it. I can't click any icons or click anything on the task bar until I use Task Manager to end the Chrome process. Now chrome doesn't start anymore even in comodo sandbox. When Chrome crashes, no network services work any longer and the computer must be restarted. This entire problem began only three or four days ago. Ravinath P Forum Moderator - Multiple Forums I have no problems with Edge, but I did have a few problems with internet explorer before I upgraded to Windows 10.
Well, if you or any of your friends or a family member has encountered this bug then this fix might completely resolve the issue. I can go to gmail, google maps and I can do a search but clicking on any search result crashes. That being said at this point Edge appears to be the stronger browser for Win 10 especially if you have touch or also if you have issues with Google privacy or lack thereof. If it does, resist the temptation to add any more than just a couple, and re-test Chrome after doing so. Since I installed 1704 several days ago Chrome is unstable.
Then I 'Signed In', using the Settings page, it started crashing. Just exempting chrome from anti-exploit doesn't do the trick fully and I, like many users, don't really have the time or inclination to debug the issue fully. I had the same issue. And the issue seemed to be temporarily resolved through a recent maintenance update from Google. If Windows is responsive, a short beep will sound and the screen will blink or dim while Windows attempts to refresh the screen.
Workaround 6: Try Another Browser Instead You may consider using other web browsers as a makeshift. I turned off Norton 360 and Malwarebytes. By: - Updated: July 27, 2018 9:15 am Google Chrome suddenly crashes on my Windows 10 computer, why is that? It just reduced the frequency of this issue occurring. Welcome to the TenForums When did this start? Then I would step up to the reset. Be sure to read our guide to for more tips. If it doesn't work in another browser, it could be a problem with your network or the website itself.
I would leave it alone for now. Is there really still no fix for this? Last night I uninstalled McAfee completely and turned on Windows Defender in the meantime. Check for Faulty Applications and Programs If your Chrome suddenly starts to crash after you have recently installed an application, the newly added problem might be at fault. This started immediately after the most recent Windows 10 update. Disable Hardware Acceleration It is very important for you to disable hardware acceleration option because it can interrupt a straight connection of a website on Chrome. Please consider that we are not all experts.