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1/26/12
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gabester

Chrome crashes whenever closing a YouTube tab

Google Chrome version: 16.0.912.77 (Official Build 118311) m
 
Operating System: Windows 7 x64
 
Error Message: None
 
Extensions installed: None
 
Please describe your question/comment in detail (for example, steps to reproduce the problem): Whenever I close ANY YouTube tab, Chrome crashes completely (stops responding and has to be force closed). This only started happening today.
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KlashK
1/26/12
KlashK
Having the same issue here. I just noticed it today, Chrome crashes whenever I close a tab opened at YouTube.
It's not a 'nice' crash either (no sad faced tab), windows just gives a 'not responding' error.
sammor50
1/26/12
sammor50
when ever i open utube broadcast, it crashes with jigsaw puzzel face. why?
Modesto2005
1/26/12
Modesto2005
Same problem here, when I close a youtube tab, 9 out of 10 times it crashes.
 
Google Chrome version : 16.0.912.77 m
Operating System : Windows 7 32bit
Error message : None
Extensions installed : AdBlock v2.5.14, Downloads v1, FlashBlock v0.9.31, Proxy Switchy! v1.6.3, Slideshow v1.3.1
chrisftw
1/26/12
chrisftw
Happening here too. Really annoying..
Running version: 16.0.912.77
on windows 7 home premium 64bit.
Disabling my extentions does nothing either.
willd58
1/26/12
willd58
Happening to me as well.
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Toni (Googler)
2/6/12
Toni (Googler)
Thanks for confirming the fix and for the kind words, everyone! 

As mentioned by others, this thread is for the issue with Chrome being unresponsive specifically when closing a YouTube tab after watching a video, which has been resolved as of last week (1/30/2012). Reports of other issues (whether it sounds similar or not) is likely not related - please start new threads for these so that we can keep investigations/communication for different issues can be streamlined. 

Cheers,
Toni
 
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