Did Google Chrome version 84 crashes web pages with “Aw Snap” error? You are not alone, a number of users complain Chrome browser opens but only displays the “aw snap!” error screen for everything include settings or extension windows as well. There are several reason behind chrome not working or crashing issues, it could be a chrome extension, some plugin or add-on or more. Here we have a few solutions help fix the problem
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Google chrome aw snap on startup
If you don’t have enough available RAM, you might get Aw, snap error message, close all other tabs except the one that is giving you Aw, snap error and reload the page. Check if this helps
Temporary disable your antivirus protection and then check Google Chrome again.
Disable code integrity feature in chrome
- Right-click on Google Chrome’s shortcut (located on the desktop) select properties,
- locate the Target text box
- Here add –disable-features=RendererCodeIntegrity at the end of the string present in Target text box,
- Click on the Apply button and now try to launch Google Chrome and it should not crash on startup or opening websites.
Check chrome extensions
Also, check for problems with installed chrome extensions that might cause the page to crash.
- Click the “Menu” button that’s marked with three horizontal lines,
- Select “Tools,” and then click “Extensions.”
- Disable an extension and restart the browser.
- If the page loads, that extension may not be compatible with the website.
- If the problem persists, continue disabling and testing extensions one by one.
launch Chrome in compatibility mode
If the problem started only with new version of the chrome browser then try to launch Google Chrome in compatibility mode.
- Right-click on Chrome’s shortcut and select Properties
- Go to the Compatibility tab and enable “Run this program in compatibility mode for Windows 7” option.
- Click on the Apply button and now launch Google Chrome and it’ll not crash anymore.
Make a New Profile
Still need help check with the new chrome profile.
- First close Chrome browser (If running)
- Press Windows key + R, type %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\ and click ok
- Find the folder named “Default” in the window that opens,
- Right-click on the “Default” folder and select “Rename.”
- Name the folder “Backup Default” (without quotes).
- Launch Chrome and try to load the Web page again.