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Discussion in 'General Software' started by swistak92, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. swistak92 New Member

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    I got a very very annoying issue with google chrome... got it today few hours ago...

    The problem is that whenever i turn on google chrome.. I cannot click anything... as if whole windows is not responding... the second i close chrome it is back to normal... anybody got any ideas?
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    Reboot system if you haven't already, if it keeps doing it then I'd have to say reinstall. Mine did that a little while back, worked fine after a system reboot.
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    I have done both.. still no luck :(
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    Damn. Umm, about the only other thing I did during that time frame was update GPU drivers.. though I really don't see the relevance :/
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    I found a solution... I installed Internet Download Manager earlier.. it has a advanced browser integration function ... it simply wasn't compatibile with chrome.. so i turned it off and yay its working :toast:
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    Ahh I should've thought of mods earlier lol. Glad it's working now :D

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