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2/10/11
Original Poster
avinash9032

My google chrome showing application error 0xc00000a5 and not running . I installed afresh but showing same problem.

Google Chrome version (type about:version into the address bar): Beta 9(Latest Beta version). Stable version showing same problem.
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate.
Error Message:Application Error: The application was unable to start correctly(0xc00000a5). Click OK to close the application.
Extensions installed: No.
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All Replies (7)
puttr3
2/28/11
puttr3
I have uninstalled Chrome and reinstalled it same thing? What do I do to resolve this?
chan limhungpeter
3/24/11
chan limhungpeter
I have the same problem that cannot start Google Chrome after I re-installed,so I cannot find the application error 0xc00000a5,please help.
gglaze
4/4/11
gglaze
Hi,
I am getting this same error message running Windows 7.
Chrome worked fine, then wouldn't open next time around. So I uninstalled the program,
cleared all cookies, temp int files, etc. Then restarted computer and
reinstalled. Same error message:
"Error Message:Application Error: The application was unable to start correctly(0xc00000a5). Click OK to close the application."
 
Chrome will not run or open.
 
Really need help with this !
Thanks to anyone who has suggestions,
 
Gary
amygdalavet
4/6/11
amygdalavet
Right click on chrome shortcut.
Click on the Compatibility tab.
Uncheck Windows XP compatible.
Click Apply, if available.
Close the Properties dialog.
Chrome should now work.
This worked for me with Win 7.
sk.kamal
9/16/11
sk.kamal
i want useing google chorme .but how can.my windows application error
sukhdeepbhatti
10/17/11
sukhdeepbhatti
answer
umesh kumar yadav
11/27/11
umesh kumar yadav
thank you
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