|Chrome Problems! "Your profile could not be opened correctly"||tothlou||7/10/12 7:58 PM|
I followed the advice in a post, of renaming a profile folder as Backup. It didn't work at all. I still have all the same problems, and now find I often cannot get the Control + P function to work to print articles from Bloomberg and NYTimes. None of this was a problem a little over a week ago. Had AVG scan my computer for viruses, and another for malware, with clear reports on each. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM??? I have written before but have not heard anything from Google.
|Re: Chrome Problems! "Your profile could not be opened correctly"||Kaleh||7/10/12 8:59 PM|
This sounds like a Google Chrome related problem and is being extensively discussed in the Google Chrome Help Forum. I would recommend checking out the following thread and posting there if you need additional assistance.
error: Your profile could not be open correctly
|Re: Chrome Problems! "Your profile could not be opened correctly"||the helper!||7/11/12 1:13 AM|
Hi, I was having this same problem too, but I found out that if you right click on google chrome before you open it and click trouble shoot, the problem will go away. It has something to do with an update. Google will fix the problem soon I'm sure but this is the temp fix for now. It worked for me hopefully it works for you!
|Re: Chrome Problems! "Your profile could not be opened correctly"||nyox||7/16/12 12:07 AM|
I was able to solved this by:
*** Delete the current profile (Chrome Settings > Users > Delete this user)
--- This will close the chrome browser and will re-open a new window.
*** Don't login to Chrome.
--- Let's wait for Chrome update fix. Some of the forums has indicated that AVG is the culprit for this.
--- In my opinion, this is a problem with the current Chrome update. This doesn't happen in Firefox and IE. Chrome probably injected some updates that some anti-virus softwares (such as AVG) detects the updates as a malware entity.
>>>>> I'm using: OS - Windows Vista, Anti-Virus - AVG
Hope this helps.
|Re: Chrome Problems! "Your profile could not be opened correctly"||CosmicChuckD||7/16/12 1:35 AM|
I just open the Task Manager from SysTray, which I have on the 'Processes' tab, sorted by 'Image Name'. Then it's a simple matter of being patient enough to wait until all of the Instances of "chrome.exe" have removed themselves from the list of open Processes.