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Getting the Error “oops! This link appears broken”? Fix it…

By Kellymarion Subscribe to RSS | December 20th 2011 | Views:

With 25.69% share in the browser segment, Google Chrome stands as the second most popular browser in the world working on the WebKit layout engine. Unveiling the Chrome’s source code, it has opened doors for third-party developers to develop web-applications compatible with Mac OS X and Linux operating systems. Whether you are searching, chatting, sending e-mail, shopping, banking, reading news or watching videos, you can do all with the Google Chrome browser and experience out-of-the-box performance, stability and security. Simplicity of the browser is an added feature to its cap and is acclaimed by novices as well as advanced users. Enhanced security feature powered by proprietary malware and phishing protection keeps your machine safe and secure against all emerging Internet threats.

However, issues are part and parcel of every computing task. You may experience issues while installing and updating the browser, surfing and searching products, signing in e-mail and chat accounts, and accessing social network, banking, gaming and other sites on your PC. At times, you may need support creating, finding and editing bookmarks; using the bookmark manager, bookmarks bar and managing personal settings encompassing language and display settings, and more. Thankfully, the emergence of third-party service providers as Google Chrome Support, has given a reason to cheer. It can address all issues besides providing basic and advanced tips to run web-based applications. You have plenty of support options, go for phone support, chat support or ask for remote-screen sharing support, which is the easiest and the quickest way to fix issues.

Learning troubleshooting tips can be of great help. Go ahead to know how to fix frequent Google Chrome issues:

"Aw, Snap!"

Simply, while browsing you may have experienced webpages getting crashed. Reloading the page can be a good option to get rid of the issue. However, if a page displays the error message "Aw, Snap!" every time, then check your anti-virus and firewall applications. Turn those off to find an affirmative resolution. If you are able to open the browser, you'll need to create an exception in your anti-virus or firewall settings for Google Chrome. Once you've done so, you can then re-enable the applications. Check and disable your extensions one by one to see if a particular extension is causing the problem. You can do it well from the wrench icon available on the browser toolbar. Select Tools> Extensions, click Disable for the extension you'd like to temporarily remove. Perform a scan with your security software to remove any hidden viruses and malware. If the browser continues to display the "Aw, Snap!" message, your user profile may be corrupted and you may create a new user profile.

"Oops! This link appears broken." Are you getting this aforementioned error?

Don’t get baffled, as it can be a problem from the server end. Try opening the page in other browsers, such as Firefox or Internet Explorer. If you are getting smooth access with others then probably the Chrome browser is not getting connected with the server, and you may give a try by deleting cache and cookies and scan your computer for malicious software.

Square Boxes

Sometimes error messages may go above your head. Say, you have navigated to a page but getting no text but squares showing up in the webpages. Here is a quick fix, don’t kill time. Click the wrench icon wrench icon on the browser toolbar, select “Tools” and select “Encoding”. Pick one of the encodings listed or choose Auto detect.

Don’t curse your Google Chrome browser for every error, as it could be related to your Internet settings, e-mail settings and security settings. You may rely on the Chrome Support portal, and experts can help you out of the issue in no time. Experts can deal with your Internet connection irrespective of internet service providers, make and model of your router device and the type of connection you hold.

Google Chrome Help-desk works on 24/7 setup, and is committed to let you go smooth and safe online, no matter where you are.

Kellymarion - About Author:
The author is a technician at Techvedic Technologies, a firm that delivers end-to-end Chrome Support to clients in US, UK and Canada. Setup and installation, Google Chrome Support and maintenance, virus and spyware removal, networking and troubleshooting are few services offered at this one platform along with many others. The Google Chrome Help-desk setup works 24/7 to provide uninterrupted computing experience.

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