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post #31 of 47
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It seems to be limited to Chrome, IE has no problems. My brother's computer only uses 630MB's when Chrome is running, my brother's internet connection is screaming fast! IE and other browsers do not have any problems and my mother's old laptop has no problems with Chrome even though she has far less CPU power. Celeron 1.2GHz versus Q6600 2.4GHz quad core, the not enough system RAM is debunked, squashed and smashed!

I recently sold my E6600 2.4GHz with 2GB of RAM to a friend that uses Chrome while listening to iTunes during web browsing, I will not respond to, not enough RAM or CPU power! Debunked and flunked! biggrin.gif
post #32 of 47
I don't know if you have tried this yet.

Append "--no-sandbox" when you run chrome.
This will disable some security features that chrome has. But try this only to check if the problem is resolved.
Then remove "--no-sandbox" and restart chrome.

PS: This is mostly caused by third party plugins and applications.
What applications have been installed just prior to this problem.
Edited by kenpachiroks - 2/12/13 at 12:46am
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Well I let my brother down, I tried everything I have learned! I tested every component separately and confirmed everything was alright, when I left his house it ran very fast online. The next day it was slow no matter what browser was used, I'm dumbfounded!
post #34 of 47
Re-install OS. It fixes all my problems with software. Sorry you couldn't figure it. I know you tried alot to remediate the problem.
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Could he have gotten hit that zero day Java exploit? A sudden change could be a virus. Try running malware bytes, just to ensure that the problem isn't caused by a virus.
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First, I'd ditch Norton 360 - its a resource hog and a half. I'd use one of the free AV's, they do the job. Second, I'd remove all extensions, and clear the browsing data from the "beginning of time". Third, I'd run a scan with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware ( http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html ) just to check there's no nasties in the background. I'd also check the %temp% folder was cleared, though ccleaner should have done this.

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Well I let my brother down, I tried everything I have learned! I tested every component separately and confirmed everything was alright, when I left his house it ran very fast online. The next day it was slow no matter what browser was used, I'm dumbfounded!


Thats because its hardware related or OS related.


You are stubborn as your brother. You were given answers but you wont listen.


I suggest you and your brother switch over to Mac.
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Thats because its hardware related or OS related.


You are stubborn as your brother. You were given answers but you wont listen.


I suggest you and your brother switch over to Mac.

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Thats because its hardware related or OS related.


You are stubborn as your brother. You were given answers but you wont listen.


I suggest you and your brother switch over to Mac.

I'm stubborn, that's incorrect! When your brother sets ultimatums and says fix Google Chrome without suggesting other browsers my hands are tied, it's his computer and he wants what wants and that's his right. I have to work within the guidelines he sets, so I must follow what he wants, not what I want. Now I'm going to suggest that my brother remove the router for a few days and see what happens, I'll report back.

My brother had a Mac before this computer, never had any problems.
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I'm stubborn, that's incorrect! When your brother sets ultimatums and says fix Google Chrome without suggesting other browsers my hands are tied, it's his computer and he wants what wants and that's his right. I have to work within the guidelines he sets, so I must follow what he wants, not what I want. Now I'm going to suggest that my brother remove the router for a few days and see what happens, I'll report back.

My brother had a Mac before this computer, never had any problems.


If he wants what he wants his way only, then he should fix it. Its like asking to dig a ditch with your hands tied behind your back. Its not possible.


Tell him to switch to Mac, or you will fix it your way with out any restrictions.


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Edited by KGB7 - 2/13/13 at 2:32pm
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