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7/28/15
Original Poster
Kameron M

Update Error? Get the Latest Version with These Tips.

Hey everyone,


If you’re trying to update Google Chrome and you seen an “update server not available” message, this means you’re Chrome installer is running into some issues to updating you to the latest version of Chrome. We’ve rounded up some of the best tips from our team to help resolve these update issues.


Advanced Steps (these issues are less common):


If you’ve tried all the steps above, then please provide us with the following information so we can further help you.

  • What version of Chrome are you using? Check by clicking on the Chrome menu and click “About Chrome”

  • What is your operating system (i.e. Mac, Windows, etc.) and what version?

  • What is the error code you see when you’re trying to update Chrome?

  • For Windows users, check your Windows Task Manager and let us know if you see GoogleUpdate.exe or GoogleUpdateOnDemand.exe your list of processes.


Best,

Kameron, Megan, and the Chrome team

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Google user
5/1/15
Google user
Hey everyone,

Please make sure to take a look at the first post by @Kameron M to get some of the best troubleshooting steps when running into an update error. 

Thanks,
Hanna
Evelyn James
5/15/15
Evelyn James
Here are manual steps for updating error:
Step 1: Click Start button, type Windows Update onto the Open box, press Enter button.
Step 2: Click Settings, click Change PC settings, and then click Update and recovery.
Step 3: Click Choose how updates get installed.
Step 4: From Important updates, click the option you need.
Step 5: Under Recommended updates, select the Give me recommended updates the same way I receive important updates option, and then click Apply to confirm the change.

Source:
http://www.pccarer360.com/aak-exe-error-repair-guide/
Jennifer Rotolo
5/25/15
Jennifer Rotolo
I tried everything as well.  I am running windows 7 and my Chrome version is 43.0.2357.65 m.  I have uninstalled, reinstalled,  made sure firewall was set correctly, and installed the offline version all to no avail.  I keep getting error number 7
Google user
5/25/15
Google user
Ya I don't know. I've looked into everything myself.. AL I want to do is get chrome u dated so I can use chromega desktop. I thought I was using Google not windows. Haha
5/25/15
Original Poster
Kameron M
Hi MāiợỖoŞh--This means you're probably using a computer that's managed by an admin like your company or school. In these types of cases, they don't allow you to manually update Chrome, but they'll usually push updates to your computer based on your IT departments guidelines. If you have any questions, we'd suggest you reach out to your company/school's IT department.

Jennifer--Have you checked out this article here?

Rusty--can you provide more info about the issue you're seeing?

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Yzbek 007
5/30/18
Yzbek 007
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