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    ...other than Fleastwood's and Clouds' reports.


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    hi. I've the same problem. I think Google Chrome crashes aproximatedly 1 minute after i've entered to any page, i dont have that problem in other computers. I hope you can find the answer, i dont think is an isolate problem.
    But really, almost exactly a minute, has anyone observed the same pattern?
    Thnx

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    As with all things, a few more details would help ...

    Your OS, computer config and version of chrome for starters ...

    Also note that the last post here was almost 6 weeks ago !!

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    Do you get the crash saying "Chrome has crashed" and it asks you if you want to restore or cancel? As SP said we need more details to be able to help resolve your problem. Also take a gander at the this thread: Troubleshooting Help - Read Before Posting and see if it helps you at all.

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    Well, I took a quick look back when the 1st beta was out, but have ignored Chrome until about 5 days ago...

    1st installed 2.0.172.31, used it constantly for about 48 hrs. Did not crash once! After looking for documentation on command line switches and user scripts to get things working the way I would like, yesterday I switched to the dev 3.0.187.1 build along with Stamga's Aero V2.4 theme (awesome btw). And still, no crashes yet.

    As near as I can tell, my timing is perfect. The current release(s) seem more stable than IE7 (or any other version) has ever been for me. IE (and FF, going back to when it was still Nutscrape) has consistently, from 4.x on, suffered badly from code bloat and memory leaks. And it seems to be worse with every subsiquint release. Neither of which seem, even remotely to be issues for Chrome, at least in the versions I've been using.

    As I have been reading various complaints here there, I have yet to find any that are still issues.

    Case in point, a few months ago there were a lot of complaints about using flash on YouTube. Now I have some personal experience with using both IE and FF on Hulu. Both use significantly more memory resources and continue to consume more the longer the video stream plays. Using the dev 3.0.187.1 build I watched 2 hours of the daily show and colbert report and the memory usage peeked at 102MB but stuck around 65MB for most of the time. When I was done and closed the window that hosted the flash object, all that memory was again made available back to the OS. Had I done the same thing with IE or FF, long before I was finished they would have consumed all available memory and would have been actively using the swap file having already consumed more than 100% of available RAM, which pretty much renders the machine useless until you reboot. While I can kill the iExplore.exe instance with taskmanager, the bulk of the memory would still be lost to the OS until I reboot.

    FYI - System Config
    Dell Dimension 8400 (4 yrs old)
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    3.8 Ghz P4 (Hyper Threading Enabled)
    1GB Ram

    So you guys that are complaining about stability issues, well, what can I say but it sucks to be you. I guess I must have dodged that bleeding edge bullet that apparently hit you head on. But you might consider providing some useful data along with your complaint, your OS, the Chrome version, what you were doing when it crashed, you know just basic common sense stuff that might help someone else begin to understand what might be causing your problems.

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    At the risk of repeating myself:

    Fleastwood, CB99,

    I find Chrome extremely stable (no crashes at all) for now and I use the DEV channel:

    Google Chrome 3.0.187.1 (Official Build 18142)
    WebKit 531.0
    V8 1.2.7.1

    So I think it must be something else in your system...

    Kind Regards,

    Luc VN

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    I had lots of trouble with builds prior to 3.0.187.1 on the dev channel. Chrome was crashing like hell.

    But from 187.1 and on, it seems to me was all solved. Didn't crash not even once.

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    Mine crashes and then I have to completely restart my computer to get it to work again. It only started this recently. It is very annoying. I get a server not found error when it does it. I have tried removing it completely and then redownloading it and switching over to beta.

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