Chrome issue with anything that uses https

Discussion in 'Computer Software and Operating Systems' started by Hadrian, Apr 6, 2012.

  1. Hadrian
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    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    I have no idea what is going on with this, everything was just fine and dandy and suddenly sites like ebay, hotmail and even bog standard google search would not load. Not change any settings its just one minute they're working...next minute they're not.



    I can still access them via Firefox but going back to that after using Chrome is just a big step backwards.

    Help?
     
  2. raulpica

    raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    Sounds like a caching issue... Try using CCleaner (as much as I don't like that tool) and remove everything Chrome related from there (except saved passwords and stuff?).
     
  3. Zetta_x

    Zetta_x The Insane Statistician

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    Is your system time correct?
     
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  4. Hadrian
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    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    Didn't work for me.


    Yep
     
  5. Hadrian
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    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    I just reinstalled Chrome and all is working now.
     
  6. Hadrian
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    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    Ok its happening again.

    UGH!
     
  7. how_do_i_do_that

    how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    version 18 has a memory leak issue with something, it crashes if you leave it open for a day.

    It doesn't make a crash log so I can't tell what it is doing.
     
  8. triassic911

    triassic911 Burst Mode

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    If it's happening again it might be something left behind in your hidden appdata folder (assuming you're using windows). Use YourUninstaller! to remove ALL traces left by a program after uninstalling. I always use this followed by CCleaner to ensure complete removal of any program.

    (you pay for that program, but if you're a dirty pirate, you'll find it)
     
  9. Hadrian
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    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    Oct 12, 2004
    Did all that and same issues. I did just reboot my PC and it was fine and then many hours later...did the same...then it didn't...then it did.

    So basically its on and off for whatever reason but I'm ok, I'll just reboot everytime it starts doesn't take long.
     
  10. Just Another Gamer

    Just Another Gamer 星空のメモリア-Wish upon a shooting star- Fanboy

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    Thats weird cause i've been using chrome for a long time and I've never had this problem even when I installed the newest version on my laptop.
     
  11. Hadrian
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    Hadrian Better than Craigslist

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    It turns out that it is a common problem recently with a lot of people so they've updated Chrome and now has been well for a few days now. Apparently the new update has some kind of severe cache bug but I haven't noticed anything.
     
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