status_access_violation Chrome error

Many users have reported encountering the status_access_violation error on Chrome, preventing the browser from loading pages.\n This error may restrict you from using Chrome, so we’ll show you a couple of ways to resolve it.

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  • The Chrome status_access_violation bug can stop you from experiencing Google Chrome’s features.
  • The best way to fix this issue for good is to reset your Chrome settings.
  • Updating your drivers to the latest version could also fix the problem.

Reset your Chrome settings

  1. Open the Chrome app and go to the Settings menu.
  2. Choose Reset browser settings from the menu.
  3. Click the Reset button in the confirmation prompt.

Update your drivers

  1. Press the Windows key + X to open Power User menu.
  2. Choose Device Manager from the menu.
  3. Expand Display adapters section.
  4. Right-click your driver and choose Update driver.

Remove Google Chrome Extensions

  1. Open Chrome.
  2. Select More tools > Extensions.
  3. Select the extension you want to delete and hit Remove.
  4. Restart Chrome.

Restore Windows

  1. Go to Start, type recovery, and open Recovery options.
  2. Select PowerShell (Admin).
  3. Type the following command and hit Enter: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
  4. In the next step, run the following DISM command to reinstall Windows: Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth /Restorehealth

Run Chrome in Safe Mode

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Click the 3-dot menu in the upper-right corner and choose Settings.
  3. Open the Advanced tab.
  4. Scroll down to the Startup section, and click on Open chrome in safe mode.
  5. Chrome will now open in Safe Mode.
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