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Solved: Gmail failure with Chrome

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by goedel, Aug 17, 2012.

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  1. goedel

    goedel Thread Starter

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    Using Chrome as my browser, an event occurred after I attemted to zoom out using cntl+shift+plus. I may have struck that combination while gmail was loading and not completed. The result was that none of my gmail folders loaded: no inbox, sent, etc.

    I closed Chrome and opened IE8. I went to gmail.com in IE8. The site loaded without a problem. All of my email folders loaded without trouble, luckily!

    What went wrong with Chrome that is could not load another Google product?
     
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    I deleted, then re-installed Chrome. After re-installation, my gmail loading was OK.
     
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