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11/25/08
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Nayib

Facing Chrome.exe-application Error

One Error message is coming during the programme intialiastion giving error code{0x0000005}
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Google Chrome Guide1
11/26/08
Google Chrome Guide1
Hey Nayib,

A couple questions for you:

- Have you updated/been updated to the latest version 0.4.154.25? (see below)
- Are you using Symantect Endpoint Protection? If so, do you have the latest release? (see below)
- What OS and service packs are you running?

Thanks!
Shawn

jamz
11/26/08
jamz
ok well i'm updating now and yes i do have Symantect. what do i do if i have symantect?
nathanls
11/26/08
nathanls
yes this worked! after a restart.
Google Chrome Guide1
11/27/08
Google Chrome Guide1
jamz: If you have Symantec Endpoint Protection, make sure that it's updated to SEP 11.0 MR3 and you should be able to install Google Chrome. Let me know if this isn't the case.

Glad it help you guys out!

Cheers!
Shawn
krishnareddy
11/28/08
krishnareddy
don't install google chrome
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emaleroland
12/17/10
emaleroland
Blair...
 
Logic would dictate that if --no-sandbox makes by system vulnerable to attack when using Chrome and without it, Chrome will "aw, snap", then it tells me two things.
 
1. Google Chrome's sandbox security sucks!
2. Use another browser.
 
You got that? I can't surf the net otherwise.
I'm not infected.
 
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