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I checked this thoroughly, to insure that none of my drivers (which I insured where up-to-date) where going to be over-written via a generic Windows based driver. I have attempted to run Chrome as administrator, and I still receive the same effect; the program begins, I can access settings, however, I cannot access an url, even when I use an IP address.I cannot even loop back to myself, or, go to my router through Chrome, although I can through every other browser on my computer. Chrome works if I install Windows 7, and install Kaspersky, however, it does not work after I update Windows 7.4) Did you restore the folders from backup for Chrome?(I have had corrupted saved data from Chrome that created this issue - to solve, you may have to rename the folder C:\Users\ @Schiz Tech & @ronintexas Many thanks for replying so soon, I sincerely appreciate it. I am only installing ‘some’ of the ‘pre-selected’ updates.I first), Install Windows, second), install motherboard drivers, third), install LAN drivers, and fourth), install Chrome. Insuring that all of my drivers are up-to-date, with no effect. Using an IP address to resolve a connection, with no effect. And I have restarted my machine about a thousand times, with no effect.At this point, Chrome works fine, and everything is sunshine and flowers. I understand that this is a lot, and I would honestly be in debt to whoever could assist me with this matter.The last 5 times that I have installed Windows 7, I would not even install Kaspersky, my one and only antivirus/malware security suite, therefore, it was not even present to cause a conflict on a fresh install. In addition, I know that my plugins are backed up by Google, therefore, I even went as far as to create a ‘new’ Google account (fresh), with no plugins, and I still receive the same effect, post-windows update.3) Yes, I have tried this, and all of my bookmarks, extensions, and history is sync’d.
Now, I have not even begun to install anything (other than Windows 7), and I am already experiencing the same issue repeatedly. When I install Windows 7, I ‘disable’ Windows from performing their ‘automatic updates’.
more brainstorming: Does the issue persist if you perform a system restore?
Is Internet Explorer 10 included in the updates you've installed?
Okay, I am about to lose it, literally, because I cannot resolve this issue, and this is the ‘only’ place I know of where I can get some sound advice.
I had recently wiped my hard drive clean, to do a fresh install of Windows 7.