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Windows 7: Chrome pages "become unresponsive"


01 Jun 2012   #1

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Chrome pages "become unresponsive"

Chrome works for a while, but then I notice that any tab I click on, new or old, will not load or refresh...including Chrome's own History, etc. I get a message saying I can Wait or Kill Pages. So far, re-booting the computer has fixed it. I have had absolutely NO trouble with any other programs on this computer - less than a year old. (Windows 7 HP 64 bit)


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01 Jun 2012   #2

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Not sure if this will help, I had the same issue yesterday.

Uninstall Chrome and download and install a fresh copy from here Google Chrome 19.0.1084.52

Also, do you have too many extensions on chrome?
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01 Jun 2012   #3

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Welcome to Seven Forums stoutm. Chrome has it's own "task manager". When this problem happens, take a look to see if a process is using a lot of resources.

Task manager - Google Chrome Help

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08 Jun 2012   #4

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I'm having the same problem. I've tried a lot of different things to solve it, but to no avail: reinstalling Chrome, pulling up Chrome's task manager ("view hidden pages") when it happens (no obvious culprit), playing around with Flash (about: plugins), etc.

I can go for several days sometimes where this problem doesn't occur, but it always comes back. It happens sometimes when I first open Chrome. It happens sometimes when I open the next of a number of open tabs. I haven't been able to determine a pattern. If anything, it seems to happen most often with Google's own sites, but it's not limited to them (maybe it's just I go to Google sites a lot). It also happened with the SRWare Iron browser, which is similar to Chrome.

I try other browsers, but I go back to Chrome. I like it and want to use it, but this "page has become unresponsive" routine is getting very old.
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10 Jun 2012   #5

Windows 7 home premium 64 bit
 
 

EXACTLY! I have not tried the SRWare Iron browser, but everything else is exactly my experience and my feeling about it! I really hope someone can help us figure this out.

What kind of computer are you using? This is an Asus laptop, about a year old, w/ 2nd gen I5 processor.
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11 Jun 2012   #6

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I'm on a Dell Latitude E6500 with an Intel Core Duo 2 (2.8ghz) processor. I've also tried removing/disabling the few extensions on it as well, but still end up with unresponsive pages.
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