Saturday, December 06, 2008

[log] How to fix Google Chrome Ajax problem after running CCleaner

I ran CCleaner this morning, and afterwards, all Ajax functionality stopped working in Chrome. This means no gmail, no facebook, and a lot of work stuff.

After some panic time, here's how I fixed it:

1. Shut down Chrome

2. Go to: C:\Documents and Settings\[YourUserName]\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default

3. Delete the "Cache" folder

4. Restart Chrome

That's it.

6 comments:

  1. YAY!!!!!!! Thank YOU! found u thru google search..and now my Chrome works again! *bigKiss!*

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  2. freakin sweet almost switched back to slow-fox

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  3. Yes, pure genius......... we are not worthy!

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  4. Many thanks for this post. This is still a problem with Chrome. Yep! lets have a cache to speed things up - but Google please do not start breaking web sites.

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  5. What about in Windows 7 where it will not allow access to those directories?

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