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Windows 7: Google Chrome Rendering Issues


11 Dec 2009   #1

 
Google Chrome Rendering Issues

Hi all. Since yesterday I've been having Rendering Issues with Google Chrome. (See Screenshot 1 and 3. It's not just on Wikipedia). And sometimes, it just fails to load and says "This Link is Broken" (See ScreenShot 2) While on FireFox and even IE it loads just fine. I'd changed my DNS settings to Google Public DNS, so I changed that back to what it was before (Automatic) and the problem persists. I've tried re-installing, 3 times (Revo Uninstaller, Set to ADVANCED) but it still happens.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
ZeshanA



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11 Dec 2009   #2

 
 

Version of Chrome?
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11 Dec 2009   #3

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TGSoldier View Post
Version of Chrome?
I was using the Latest Beta version, but I thought that the problem might've been because it was a Beta version, so I uninstalled the Beta and installed the Latest Stable version.

ZeshanA
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12 Dec 2009   #4

 

I fixed it . Just to help out anyone else that's having this problem, here's how:

1. I opened in Safe Mode with NETWORKING
2. Opened Chrome and IT WORKED PERFECTLY
3. Went back to normal mode and remembered that I had changed my Visual Effects (Right-Click Computer----> Properties----> Advanced System Settings> Advanced Tab> Performance>Settings) settings from custom to "Best Appearance".
4. Changed this back to my own custom settings (Disabled unnecessary effects, e.g., Shadows, Closing/Opening effects etc)
5. Rebooted.
6. Google Chrome now works PERFECTLY

Thanks,
ZeshanA
P.S. Kinda disappointed with the number of replies in this thread. Not whining, but kinda expected more. I know that not EVERYONE can help with EVERYTHING so it's ok . Don't mean to offend anyone. Oh and thanks for replying anyway TGSoldier.
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17 Dec 2009   #5

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ZeshanA View Post
I fixed it . Just to help out anyone else that's having this problem, here's how:

1. I opened in Safe Mode with NETWORKING
2. Opened Chrome and IT WORKED PERFECTLY
3. Went back to normal mode and remembered that I had changed my Visual Effects (Right-Click Computer----> Properties----> Advanced System Settings> Advanced Tab> Performance>Settings) settings from custom to "Best Appearance".
4. Changed this back to my own custom settings (Disabled unnecessary effects, e.g., Shadows, Closing/Opening effects etc)
5. Rebooted.
6. Google Chrome now works PERFECTLY

Thanks,
ZeshanA
P.S. Kinda disappointed with the number of replies in this thread. Not whining, but kinda expected more. I know that not EVERYONE can help with EVERYTHING so it's ok . Don't mean to offend anyone. Oh and thanks for replying anyway TGSoldier.

Glad you got it fixed.

I lose track of threads sometimes. Sorry.
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