|03 Aug 2012||#1|
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Google Drive kills itself before it can start up [only for one user]
Recently I installed Google Drive and tried to run it. When I ran it, nothing happened, so I monitored the process on Task Manager. After reaching a certain amount of memory, it disappears off the list. See the screenshot below:
I tried to run it on another user account and it runs fine. The memory used is almost the same, but the one on my user account is slightly less.
Note - my user account is administrator and the user account I successfully ran it on was a standard user.
Does anyone know how I can diagnose the cause of this strange situation? I would prefer not to create a fresh user account just to run Google Drive. (I *think* this may have happened with other programs before - though I haven't tried running them on another user account)
Thanks in advance!
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