« on: November 01, 2017, 09:00 AM »
anyone here had any experience with this phenomenon?
My wifes laptop now routinely throws this error, despite the fact that Chrome clearly hasn't stopped working. I've tried most of the sensible fixes (including uninstalling and reinstalling) but I still can't resolve it
64bit win 8.1, and, well, chrome...-Target (October 08, 2017, 05:56 AM)
Here is the thing that I did to settle the blunder. While this fix worked for me, it may not work for you also. This is the reason I'm posting extra choices to repair Google Chrome when you get the quit working mistake on Windows.
I went to the Chrome download page, downloaded the most recent Canary form to the PC, and introduced it straightforwardly without uninstallation.
Alternative tips if the above one doesn't work: https://www.techwhoo...ome-stopped-working/
**Always reply back if it's fixed. If not still feedback would be appreciated.