In the registry, remove HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Google\Update\ 3. Manually downloading a new version of Chrome and trying to overwrite your current install won't work either, as the new installation will still need to contact the update servers and the Subscribe Get OurNewsletter WIRED's biggest stories, delivered to your inbox. For now the new features are only in the experimental dev channel, but once this build has been stabilized the new features will roll out to the beta and final release Check This Out
Skip to: Comments. Tooltip shows the reason. I wanted to test the scenario where a user did not already have Google Chrome installed before attempting to use Google Chrome Frame, so I uninstalled Google Chrome. Download a copy of the template here (direct link to file). read this article
In case you can't see the picture above, the full text of this error message is "Google Chrome or Google Chrome Frame cannot be updated due to inconsistent Google Update Policy If it can be modded, optimized, repurposed, or torn apart for fun he's interested (and probably already at the workbench taking it apart). Subscribe Get OurNewsletter WIRED's biggest stories, delivered to your inbox.
The custom Google Chrome policy is now installed in the Local Group Policy Editor. Follow Follow UsOn Youtube Don't miss out on WIRED's latest videos. Try running the MSI again. I will close this bug for now, if new MSI-related issues are encountered, please open new specific bugs.
image001.jpg 118 KB View Download Comment 5 by [email protected], Oct 17 2012 Processing I am also getting this issue. Google Chrome Error 1722 After uninstalling Chrome however, I started getting the following error message in IE8 while attempting to accept the EULA: Webpage error details User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; Also, to confirm, you must be running as an administrative user to run the MSI. Comment 5 by [email protected], Oct 14 2010 Processing I don't remember :( However it's possible I was tested Google Chrome Frame long time ago.
Further, if you're in a corporate environment, please double check with your IT department before proceeding. In the registry, remove HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Update 4. Next, we're going to fire up the Windows Group Policy Editor and install the custom Google Chrome template pack so we can successfully change the policies without touching the Windows Registry. Comment 25 by [email protected], Feb 7 2011 Processing Status: WontFix This bug appears related to group policy override settings that were conflicting with installation that have now been resolved.
Comment 3 by [email protected], Jun 5 2012 Processing Sorry, I did not tried with the latest version and also I somehow managed to install the previous version and now it has https://productforums.google.com/d/topic/chrome/Mj_pUo2m3R8 Triggering Chrome Frame is left up to individual sites, which must add a meta tag to their pages to check for Chrome Frame. Google Chrome Msi There Is A Problem With This Windows Installer Package Remove the directory C:\Program Files\Google\Update\ 6. A Newer Version Of The Google Chrome Enterprise Installer Is Already Installed To help diagnose this, there is a file called chrome_installer.txt in your %TEMP% directory that contains logs describing exactly what went wrong. (This files gets overwritten sometimes, so you'll have to
There are two locations possible dependent on your version of Windows: Windows XP/2000 and Windows Server 2003 users need to look in Administrative Templates -> Google -> Google Update. Your California privacy rights. Not only is digging around in the Windows Registry generally a bad idea because mistakes and errors can snowball into big problems quickly, but the Group Policy Editor method we're about this contact form Double click to install it. 4.
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Either way, you are supporting our journalism. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. The majority of users should be able to simply update the group policies, however, and avoid the registry altogether. Sometimes the auto-update process hiccups, however, and you need to manually adjust it.
Comment 15 by Deleted [email protected], Dec 21 2010 Processing Hi Robert. Hide this message.429. Open IE 7 browser and go to http://www.google.com/chromeframe/eula.html?user=true&quickenable=true 2. http://amazonfonts.com/google-chrome/google-chrome-won-39-t-open-windows-10.html Google Update -> Applications -> Google Chrome -> Update Policy Override Toggle to "Enabled"; like the earlier application update policy, you can select the frequency.
We strongly recommend sticking with always allowing all updates to ensure your browser is secure. JOIN THE DISCUSSION (9 REPLIES) April 4, 2014 Shirl I seem to recall that you can't access the Group Policy Editor in W7 Home Premium so there are going to be