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So lately chrome has been having these really annoying issues. It refuses to load webpages. At times I restart my computer and it works for a little but after a while it stops loading pages again. Lately I have been using safari (I'm on a PC) which beats IE. Chrome has been saying that the site took too long to respond. Yet at these times all my other browsers worked. (IE, Safari) So has anyone else had this problem? I've tried clearing the cache and everything and that didn't work. So for now I will be using safari. No complaints. Just having to put all my old bookmarks in this browser. Any help would be appreciated.

asked Nov 26 '11 at 20:40

josephLtech's gravatar image


I had a similar issue Chromium (Chrome's base). It turned out to be something with the sync feature. If I reinstalled Chromium and didn't enable the sync feature, everything was fine. As soon as I tried to sync anything, then I had the issues you are describing.

answered Nov 26 '11 at 22:58

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I haven't enabled sync. And I did try re-installing but I still have these issues. It's even having problems loading Google. So not really sure what's wrong here.

(Nov 27 '11 at 13:14) josephLtech josephLtech's gravatar image

I would try clearing cache and maybe reinstalling it.

If that doesn't work, try the beta and dev versions of Chrome

If that doesn't work, maybe SRWare Iron or Firefox XD

answered Nov 28 '11 at 12:46

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I've already tried clearing the cache, and re-installing it. I've already said that in the comment on the other answer.

(Nov 28 '11 at 17:07) josephLtech josephLtech's gravatar image
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