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Chrome crashes the computer when connected to TV

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December 19, 2012 8:42:31 PM

Hello, I sometimes connect my desktop to Samsung TV to watch movies, play games, etc. Everything works fine, just when I open Chrome, I get a black screen in 5-60s (lasts a minute for the first time, then less and less) and need to restart. Even games at high settings will work but not Chrome. Also Chrome works fine when connected to ordinary monitor. I have all the latest drivers. The computer is just 2 weeks old. The setup: CLUB 3D HD7750 PCIE3.0 1GB DDR5 DVI/HDMI RC-K350-KWN2-EN: Cooler Master Elite K(night) 350, Midl tower, black, with window, with USB 3.0 , black inside, w/o PSU, mATX / ATX 1970 EXTREME3: ASROCK AM3 970 DDR3 USB3 SATA6 GBE ATX CP-9020047-EU: PSU Corsair CX 500W, 80 Plus Bronze AS510S3-120GM-C: SSD Adata S510 120GB SATA3, Sparta 550/510MBs AX3U1866GC2G9B-DG2: DDR3 Adata XPG Gaming V2 4GB (2x2GB) 1866MHz CL9, TCT FD6300WMHKBOX: AMD FX-6300 6C 3.5G 14M AM3 95W BOX RR-TX3E-22PK-R1: Cooler Master cooler Hyper TX3 EVO 1366/1156/1155/775/FM1/AM3 /AM3/AM2 /AM2 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
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December 19, 2012 8:50:37 PM

Try a different browser. Ive seen a few threads where Chromes built in "flash" conflicts with adobe flash and causes crash issues.
April 17, 2014 8:32:20 AM

You’re experiencing this problem because there are some corrupt system files in your C:\ drive. Check for those corrupt files and repair them. Using System File Checker restore their original versions. The best way would be to use Chrome Patch and repair the issue automatically.

Check for New Windows Updates:
1. Click the Start button.
2. Type “Windows Update” in the Search Box.
3. Press ENTER.
4. Click “Check for Updates” button.


Uninstall Recent Updates:
1. Click the Start button.
2. Type “View installed updates” in the Search box.
3. Press ENTER.
4. Right click recently installed updates, select Uninstall option.
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