How To Fix The “Aw, Snap!” Error Message

Google Chrome Browser Crash

Google Chrome Browser Crash Message

Steps to fix “AW, Snap!” Error Message

If the “Aw, Snap!” error appears, the webpage you tried to load crashed unexpectedly. Most times you can dismiss the error by pressing Refresh 6af722556001dea1872db69f0957c4ce31e5.  But if you keep getting the error, try the suggestions below:

  • Restart your Chromebook
    Turning your Chromebook off and back on again applies any updates, like improvements and fixes. To restart your Chromebook:
  1. Click the status area where your account picture appears.
  2. To turn off your Chromebook, select Craqxuee3oka1bcwnjqowntzfihbopyg17tf5mv8wna6iuvqsrvpnzppscm4tcvp ejto6m=h25.
  3. Then press your Chromebook’s power button to turn it back on.
  • Close old tabs
    Having a lot of open tabs uses up your Chromebook’s memory and battery, and it might cause problems with the browser.
    Try closing every tab except for the one that is showing the error and see if your performance improves. Then try reloading the tab by pressing Refresh 6af722556001dea1872db69f0957c4ce31e5.
  • Check your apps and extensions
    Try removing apps or disabling extensions one by one to see if one of them is causing the problem.
  • Clear user data
    If you still see the error after trying the suggestions above, there may be a problem with the information stored on the Chromebook for your account, such as file downloads or system settings. See instructions for clearing user data stored on your Chromebook.


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