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14-Aug-2012, 05:05 PM #1
Solved: Google Chrome Browser
After opening Chrome Browser, the email can be opened, however the message returns in a box that the "page(s) unresponsive". My options are to "wait" or to "kill pages". I have difficulty getting out of the two options so restarting Chrome Browser and then my yahoo email keeps returning to the same cycle of "page(s) unresponsive and to either "kill" or "wait", but nothing happens so I end up exiting out of the email application. Then when I restart Chrome browser...I get the same "page(s) unresponsive. Thus, I'm wondering what needs to be tweaked to resolve?

I use the desktop; Windows XP Home Edition.
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20-Aug-2012, 11:33 AM #2
open task manager and see in the processes tab how much memory your browser is using. If it is high, try upgrading your RAM. Close any other programs and tabs you are using. Check if you have the same problem in any other page. try opening your mail in any other computer. Last idea is to post a question in chrome Support page at :
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