It keeps freezing on me, won't load pages, or it loads pages for a split second and then the screen goes completely white. Can immediately go to Firefox and no problem. Pages load like a dream. It does this on my Ning site, and on other sites as well! What's up??? It can't just be me, can it?
Don't know if it's related but I had a Chrome problem earlier. The page loaded but it was distorted like there was some bad code on the page. Went to Firefox and it loaded good. Tried other browsers and no problems so I figured it must have been Chrome. Problem went away when I cleared the cached but it may have been coincidence.
You're a SuperStar so I'm guessing you already tried clearing the cache.
Apparently I'm one of those dumb superstars. LOL I hadn't cleared my cache, which I immediately did upon your suggestion. It seemed to lessen the instances of blank white screens, but the problem hasn't gone away completely.
Hey, I resemble that remark - - the dumb...
Lol...happens to the best of the best too.
The cache might not be the problem but make sure you chose the date from before you noticed the problem when selecting the clearing timeframe.
Enjoy the weekend...
No issues with chrome for me on W7. ~10 extensions installed and anywhere from 10-50 tabs open at any given time.
However, I tried using chrome in ubuntu and it was awful. FF was fine.
thank gosh i thought it was my browser
I have been actually having the same issue as well.
I'm glad to see that someone else is having problems with it and it's not my imagination. It's turned into a massive POS browser. I can't even view my Facebook profile without constantly refreshing to get it to load the page. I've done everything...cleared cache and all that, and nothing helps.
your browser user profile may be corrupted. First try moving the Default subfolder from your User Data folder to see if that fixes the problem:
%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\
Mac OS X:
If you continue to see the error, try creating a new user profile to replace your current one.
You can check for conflicting software on Windows by typing
about:conflicts in the address bar. If you have software that is known to cause Google Chrome to crash, it will be highlighted for you on this page, along with any recommended actions to resolve the conflict. In many cases, the conflicting software is malware that needs to be removed using anti-virus software.
SFC.EXE /SCANNOW(make sure there is a space between
/SCANNOW). This initiates the Microsoft utility that will scan and repair problems with protected system files on your computer.
This solved my problem. Thank You!
Chrome has many problems for me. Can't see entire page when editing.