Chrome not updating error 3

Yesterday, I got “ “C:\Documents and Settings\%USERNAME%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Update\Google Update.exe(or Google Update On Demand.exe)” 2.

If that process doesn’t exists, then you’ve to uninstall and reinstall Chrome, which I’ve done to fix the problem. If that process exists there, then you need to edit the default value for the below registry entry in registry editor and paste that path with double quotes – Read how crucial Google Process is for auto-updating of Chrome.

For Windows 32-bit users – Go to C:\Program Files \ Google \ Chrome and delete the Application folder.

For Windows 64-bit users – Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome and delete the Application folder.

Google recently released a new version of Chrome, which is said to be faster yet lighter than ever.In the right side, double-click on Default and enter 1 in the Value field. If the above method did not work for you and you are still facing the same “an error occurred while checking for the updates” error, then you may need to make a modification to your Google Chrome application by deleting the entire folder and then reinstall Google Chrome. You can also open it by typing taskmgr in the Run dialogue box.In the task manager kill all the services with extension.Select any similar service and press End service/process button.Note: To delete any Application folder you should have administrative privilege.

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