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chrome on xp


sunnystaines

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used chrome on xp yesterday, used to work ok. but was getting a seperate dialouge box open asking for a password to access an application [no details shown], the google account password and the new 6 figure gmail mobile number does not work in in it, pages hang and will not open. IE and firefox working ok.

done so far deleted chrome and new install still the same. full scan by mbam, sas, norton, also ran ccleaner in clean and reg options,

no joy any ideas anyone

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sunnystaines

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forgot to add, when i close chrome this box remains, does not show in task manager running programs have to go to process and end chrome.exe to close it.

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Ian in Northampton

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Weird. I run Chrome on my XP machines without problems. Sorry I can't help.

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Woolwell

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Possibly a corrupt profile. Try creating a new one Chrome profile

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sunnystaines

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woolwell thank you will try later on when i can access the laptop.

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sunnystaines

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woolwell

spot on followed the advice in the link worked a treat. thank you.

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Woolwell

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Pleased that it is sorted.

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