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6/21/13
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eii zii

Chrome caused blue screen of death crash

I love chrome, but unfortunately I can't use it because it crashes my PC, I spent days on figuring out what was causing the blue screen crash, i even bought a new set of RAM and new hard drive and installed windows again, but this time i was making restore points before installing new Driver/software/programs, every thing was OK until i tried to install chrome, half way through the installation and my PC crashed to blue screen, i then restored my PC to the point before installing chrome and the problem gone for ever..
 
as I said, i love chrome, but unfortunately i can't have it :-(
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Yukimura Sanada
6/21/13
Yukimura Sanada
Mostly, BSOD is caused by Driver issues.

you sure hve updates video drivers? 

For Nvidia video adapters, go to the Nvidia website.

For AMD/ATI video adapters, go to the AMD website.

For Intel video adapters, go to the Intel website.

geo-hockey02
9/20/13
geo-hockey02
I tried so many things, 3-4 hours worth and finally voila . . this worked . . I went to SYSTEM RESTORE to the day before, when I had no problem opening google chrome.
 
I would be careful of any advice on other than official google or microsoft sites such as cnet and kaspersky. Their solutions did only not work for the problem but added further viruses.
 
This solution should work for you in both Windows 7 and XP. Good luck.
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