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Programs that crashes Google Chrome (official list and fixes)

There are several reasons for a browser to crash; it could be some applications that are incompatible with the browser, malware, some plug-ins, add-ons or extensions, older browser, and many.

Google has released a list of software programs that crashes Google Chrome and fixes for the crash at their help forum.

If you have any of the following software, you may try temporarily disabling it to see if it resolves your issue.

- SpeedBit Video Accelerator
- Folder Guide
- NVIDIA network access manager
- Venturi Firewall
- WinMount
- PPLive
- IS3 Anti Spyware

There are some other software such as IDM (Internet Download Manager), NOD 32 2.7, FolderSize, etc are also have incompatibilities with Google Chrome, but you may be able to solve your crash issues without disabling the entire software[Details ].

Google has also identified malware that Crashes Chrome: To find and remove wrong libraries, go to Start > Run, enter “cmd”, and check in %windir%\system32 for userlib.dll, tcpipdog0.dll, tcpipdog1.dll, and tcpipdog3.dll. If you find them, delete them.

You should also search for userinit32.exe, which you can remove using PrevX .More detailed information at source


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