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Chrome must force quit because a small window asking for Keychain access won't go away

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Chrome must force quit because a small window asking for Keychain access won't go away suziar 6/12/12 10:05 AM
I reported this to my Macintosh User Group, but now I have found this place in Google Forum to get quick help. I am using a MacBookPro OSC 10.5.8 with Chrome set as my default browser and handler. I am able to substitute Firefox, but I can't use links or send mail from a link because I have that set as default for Chrome.

This morning I decided to download ClamXav which is a new virus checker from Apple.

I had to download from the Firefox Browser because of the problem with Chrome, that happened before the download. I wrote Google a feedback about this problem also.
Thanks for notifying Google about this. They are not accessible for me to communicate this problem with Chrome with them.

Suziar

Re: Chrome must force quit because a small window asking for Keychain access won't go away suziar 6/12/12 10:28 AM
I am replying to my own message. I have put Google Chrome in the Trash from my applications folder. I have not deleted it yet because it says this:

Mac instructions

    Go to the folder containing Google Chrome.
    Drag Google Chrome to the Trash icon in the Dock. You'll need administrative rights if it's installed in your Applications folder. To remove the Google Chrome icon from your Dock, simply drag it out of the Dock with your mouse.

It was installed from my applications folder. I guess I have administrative rights because I am the administrator. Any guidance forth comeing as to whether I can delete it from the trash?

Suziar

Re: Chrome must force quit because a small window asking for Keychain access won't go away seishin 6/25/12 6:46 AM
For the keychain or ksfetch popups, the fix appears to be this (thanks to freakqnc who was kind enough to post a solution in the thread 'Four calls by ksfetch each hour')

 in OS X10.6.x to go to terminal and copy & paste this command & hit Return:

 defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 0


 You won't get a good response from Google. They're ineffective.