Are you trying to browse the internet using Google Chrome, but are you getting the error message 'status_stack_buffer_overrun'?
Google Chrome is a web browser that is developed by Google. It was first released in 2008 and it is available for Windows, macOS X, Linux, and Android.
We know this browser as being the most popular web browser in the world. People have installed it on over 500 million devices worldwide.
On this page, you will find more information about the most common causes and most relevant solutions for the Google Chrome error 'status_stack_buffer_overrun'. Do you need help straight away? Visit our support page.
We've created a list of solutions which you can follow if you want to solve this Google Chrome problem yourself. Do you need more help? Visit our support page if you need professional support with Google Chrome right away.
When you try to use Google Chrome, it might give you the error code google-chrome-status-stack-buffer-overrun on your computer’s screen.
This error can occur when there is an issue with your computer’s RAM or operating system. You might also encounter this error if you have a virus or malware installed on your computer or if other viruses or malware have infected your computer.
To fix this error code, you can try the following methods:
If you have installed a virus or malware on your computer, you should scan your computer for viruses using an antivirus tool. A virus infection can do many things, such as corrupting your system files or downloading malware onto your computer.
The best way to ensure that you are protected from a virus is to run a virus scan on your computer. Viruses can hide in other files on your computer and often change the way they behave when they are running to avoid detection.
By running a virus scan, you can find out if any viruses have been installed on your computer and then take steps to remove them from your system.
If you have not performed a system restore before and you want to perform a system restore, then you can try performing a system restore to see if it fixes the issue.
You can do this by going to the Start menu and typing "System Restore" in the search box and then selecting "System Restore" from the search results and then following the instructions on-screen to perform a system restore.
If none of the above methods work, you can try running SFC (System File Checker) and DISM (Disk Image Management) commands by typing in "SFC /scannow" in the Windows Search box.
Press Enter or type in "dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth" into the Windows Search box and press Enter. This will make sure that all of your files are safe so that no errors are caused by them anymore.
If none of these methods work, contact Google Chrome customer support to fix this error code as soon as possible.