Google chrome is crashing in terminal server

Google Chrome has been crashing a lot when I'm in remote desktop for about the last week - now it seems to not be working at all. I get a page that says "Aw, Snap! Something went wrong while displaying this webpage" or a popup that says the memory could not be written. Excel, Word, and my email seem to be crashing frequently as well - not sure if it's related.

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  • If all are crashing then I would tend to think that it's not a problem relegated to Chrome but something with the remote PC. What troubleshooting steps have you taken? - h2opolo25 7 years ago
  • >not sure if it's related
    [wide-eyed, jaw dropped...] - anonymous_9363 7 years ago
  • Are these apps on the machine you are remoting into or on the machine you are remoting from? - EdT 7 years ago
  • As for "not sure if its related" - if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck then it is a duck...... - EdT 7 years ago
  • have you tried an old fashioned reboot... Google has a handy little taskmanger you can access from the notification area. If there are memory problems, a reboot might sort that out. Last time I had an issue like this it was .NET and windows update related. - Badger 7 years ago

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Posted by: hellmonder1984 7 years ago
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did you install google chrome for business?
this is a special version voor terminal server and redirected profiles.
You can find it here: https://www.google.nl/chrome/business/browser/admin/

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