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Fix: Google Chrome sync not working or respodning
Steps to Fix Google Chrome not Working in Windows 10 Turn ON Windows Safe Mode
In most cases turning on the safe mode can fix crashing issue with Google Chrome.
Click on the start menu.
click on the Power icon.
Press and hold the shift key and press the restart button.
Click on Troubleshoot.
Go to Advanced options.
Click on the Startup Settings.
Click on Restart option.
Press F5 to Enable Safe Mode with Networking.
This will allow you to login to Windows 10 in safe mode. Now move on to the 2nd step.
Step 2: Clear Caches and Cookies.
Run Google Chrome.
backup important accounts.
Clear browsing data, history, cache, cookies.
Step 3: Turn OFF Hardware Acceleration.
Open Chrome Settings, click Menu located on the top left side.
Expand Advanced entry.
Click on System option.
turn off Use Hardware acceleration When available.
Click Relaunch to restart the browser.
Which will allow you to boot into Windows 10 Fall creators update/Creators Update/Anniversary update to normal mode. Google Chrome will be fixed
Modify Properties of Chrome Browser
At times it happens that the Chrome does not open by double-clicking. Fix this by modifying the properties.
Right-click on Chrome icon.
Click on Properties.
Select Compatibility tab.
Click on Change settings for all user.
unmark Run this Program in compatibility mode.
Check Run this program as administrator. Under Settings.
Click on Apply.
Click OK to close.
Add Reliable Multicast
You can check the network configuration by adding a Multicast to solve your Google Chrome not responding to Windows 10. follow the steps below.
Press win+R to launch Run.
Type ncpl.cpl and hit enter.
Network Connections will open. right click on the currently working network adapter.
Select Microsoft Network Adapter Multiplexor Protocol.
Click the Install button.
Highlight the protocol option.
Then click the Add button.
Highlight Reliable Multicast protocol. then click OK.
Restart your computer and try opening Google Chrome.
Reset Winsock Catalog
If none of the solutions work for you then try to reset the Winsock Catalog back to default.
Click on Start Menu.
Expand Windows System
Right-Click on Command Prompt.
Select Run as Administrator.
Type: netshwinsock reset
Restart your computer.
Steps to Fix Google Chrome Not Responding to Windows 8 and 7
Add Chrome as an exception to your firewall
Go to Start menu. Type Windows firewall.
Select Allow an App through Windows Firewall
Click on Change Setting
Select Allow Another App.
Click on Google Chrome. Click on Add then OK
Clear your DNS cache
Open search menu. type: cmd
Select Command prompt. Open as Administrator
Type the following: ipconfig/flushdns
Then type: netsh winsock reset.
This will flush your DNS cache in your Chrome browser.
Scan for Malware
In most cases, Malware is the main reason for the Google Chrome to crash or not respond at all.
what you can do is scan for Malware using your main antivirus. then run the system to check if the problem is resolved or not.
Do an SFC scan
open search menu and type in cmd.
Select Command Prompt then Run as Administrator.
Type: sfc /scannow then hit enter.
Update Chrome Browser
Outdated Chrome Browser can be the case of the crash of your browser. Update your Google Chrome browser regularly to avoid such issues. To update Chrome browser all you have to do is.
Go to browser menu
Click on Update Google Chrome. Then click Relaunch.
Clear cache, History, and Cookies
Open browser menu. Then go to More Tools
Select Clear Browsing Data
A new window will pop up.
Uncheck password and Content License
Click on Clear Browsing Data
Again open Browsing Menu. Then go to Settings. Then Show Advanced Settings.
Select Content Settings.
Change Settings According to preference
Click on All Cookies and Site Data
Then remove all.
Google Extensions can sometimes be the cause for you Google Chrome not responding in Windows 8 and Windows 7. Disabling Extensions might solve your Chrome crashes. To disable Extensions follow the steps below.
Click on the browsing menu in the top right corner of your screen.
Select Extensions to open options Tab
Uncheck Enable to disable or Delete to the Extension completely.
Reset Google Chrome
If your Google Chrome keeps on not responding;
Open Browsing menu located on the top right corner of the screen.
Go to Settings then Advanced Settings.
Click on Reset Browsing Settings
Relaunch the browser.
Uninstall and the again install the browser
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