Some third-party software can cause Google Chrome to crash. When this happens, you’ll see the message “Whoa! Google Chrome has crashed.”
You can type “about:conflicts” into the address bar to see whether you have any software or malware known to cause Google Chrome to crash.
What to do:
You can try to fix these crashes by updating, disabling, or uninstalling the following softwares:
Safe Eyes Parental Control Software
Microsoft Office XP Input Method Editor
Naomi Web Filter
Hide My IP
Specific steps for resolving crashes caused by the following softwares:
Have Internet Download Manager (IDM)?
Old versions of Internet Download Manager cause Google Chrome to crash. To resolve crashes, update to IDM v6.03 beta, or disable the ‘Advanced browser integration’ option within IDM (go to Options > General.)
Have ESET NOD32 Antivirus?
We’ve identified an incompatibility with Google Chrome and NOD32 version 2.7. To fix the issue, upgrade to the latest version of NOD32 or disable internet monitoring in NOD32 2.7.
Have iS3 anti-spyware (STOPzilla)?
We’ve identified an incompatibility with Google Chrome and outdated versions of iS3 anti-spyware (STOPzilla). You may try disabling or updating to the latest version to see if it resolves your issue.
Have NVIDIA Network Access Manager?
We’ve identified incompatibilities with Google Chrome and NVIDIA Network Access Manager and NVIDIA nTune and are currently investigating. You may try temporarily disabling this software to see if it resolves your issue.
There are some incompatibility with Google Chrome and outdated versions of WinMount. You may try updating to the newest version of WinMount from their website to see if it resolves your issue.
There are some incompatibility with Google Chrome and FolderSize caused by the foldersizecolumn.dll library. You may try the fix on this site to see if it resolves your issue.