Click Start. In the Search bar type regedit and press Enter. Look for the following key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\ Services\SysPlant Locate the subkey Start and change the value to 4. Reboot the computer to make the change effective.
If instead you don’t have any Symantec software, maybe your issue is due to its sandbox which causes Google Chrome to crash. To solve it follow these simple steps:
Right-click on the Google Chrome icon ( yes, the one on your desktop). Click the shortcut tab. Add this code to the end of the Target line (don’t forget to put a space between): –no-sandbox