i am using google chrome to play poker and other games in pogo but continually crashed what should i do
Run Chrome without Sandbox Modify the file properties so that Chrome will not run with sandbox. This helps fixing your problem. Follow these steps: 1. Close Chrome if it is already open. 2. Click Start button on the Taskbar. 3. Click All Programs | Chrome. 4. Right click the file shortcut Chrome, and select Properties. 5. In the Target text box, you will see the target path of Chrome. Type the following next to the existing path: --no-sandbox For example, after the modification, the Target text box may contain value in this manner: "C:\Users\Smital & Vikas\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Applic… 6. Click Apply, then OK button. 7. Open Google Chrome again. The problem shall not persist again. Set Default Settings If you had changed the settings, set them to defaults. Chrome crashes on Windows due to incorrect settings you had set-up. To restore the browser settings to defaults, do below steps: 1. Open Google Chrome. 2. Click the Settings button at the right hand side of the Address Bar. 3. Click Options | Under the Hood | Reset to Defaults. Fix Chrome Registry Entries Google Chrome crashes on Windows if the registry entries are improperly modified. Missing registry keys or registry keys with improper values may lead to runtime errors and thereby the problem occurs. You are recommended to scan the entire system registry and review the result. Attempt the registry repair process using third-party Registry Cleaner software such as RegInOut. Clear Browsing Data and Browser Cache Google Chrome crashes on Windows by the corrupted cache contents and problems with the stored browsing data. Delete the browsing data and clear the contents of the cache to resolve this problem. 1. Open Chrome. 2. Click the Settings button at the right hand side of the Address Bar. 3. Click Tools | Clear Browsing Data. 1. Click Chrome Data tab, and then on Clear browsing data. Reset the Default Theme Chrome enables customizing itself by applying variety of themes available on the internet. If you had recently applied a theme which no longer works properly, it results in Chrome crash on Windows . It is recommended to set the original theme. 1. Open Chrome. 2. Click the Settings button at the right hand side of the Address Bar. 3. Click Options | Personal Stuff | Reset to Default Theme.
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