Black Password Screen / Task Bar And Google Chrome Address Bar?
Feb 11, 2016
A couple of days ago without warning my Toshiba Satellite S50D-A Laptop's Windows password screen, the taskbar, and the address bar have all turned black. I wouldn't necessarily care, but its annoying and I am also not able to click on the windows button (Even the one on my keyboard doesn't work) or at random times anything close to the battery meter.
My computer is fully updated, I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling display drivers, and ran file checker with nothing coming up. I also checked to make sure I wasn't in safe mode. I would really like to not have to reinstall windows if I don't have to.
Ever since I upgraded, my screen is freezing when in Google Chrome. The mouse still works but I am unable to close out or launch another application. A window eventually comes up that says "do you want to kill" this page or "wait". This is happening more and more often.
I'm running Windows 10 and use Google Chrome browser. I have a McAfee security and I have just deactivated the firewall to see if this would resolve the problem.
My Facebook page is unresponsive and blank white. The red icin at the globe suggest I have 4 interaction, and 1 message, I click on this and nothing happens. I've turned off the system, reboot.... still no response.
Windows 10 is great and all but I've come across a really annoying issue: [URL] ....
For whatever reason, there's a lot of graphical glitching/lag while using Chrome, and only really in the address box. What's strange is I've reinstalled Chrome, reinstalled my AMD Radeon R9 280X drivers, and then gave up and tried using Chromium (which works but has weird graphical glitches on the web pages sometimes).
Microsoft Edge works fine and Chrome's web page rendering is also fine. How to fix this?
I had Win 8.1 started 2h ago updating to Win 10. After update log in(first log in) was really long, but that is no problem. The problem is after the log in only black screen and cursors appears. I tried ctrl+alt+delete it works but wen i click on task manager it sends me back with message. Task Manager Stopped Responding.
I tried Restart,Safe Mode with internet connection,Safe Mode(it fails even in safe mode). I will now even try delete all my personal documents and setting maybe that will work (clean install). *Clean install worked* (hour 2 later)
Upgrading now video card driver i guess different drivers because diff. OS and DirectX( DirectX 12 i think ). But with clean installed Win 10 did not activated by it self (6 hours later). Went to activated manually by press of a button but failed for some reason have to now wait for tomorrow to talk to microsoft people.
I managed to change the search engine to Google in the new Win10 search located in the menu and also in Edge. However, the little address toolbar, that can be added to the taskbar by putting a checkmark in the address toolbar after right clicking on the taskbar and choosing toolbars has suddenly switched to Bing as the search engine. I would love to have this set at Google as it always was. I find this toolbar so much more convenient than the one that came with the new win10 menu. I have already turned off Cortana over there.
We just updated our laptop to windows 10. The browsers edge/chrome/firefox hang up when tried to type in address bar or search window. mouse click works, but try typing and the browsers freeze, In Internet explorer typing in address bar works but cannot type in search box like google or any email login page like gmail, yahoo. Update went fine. Our PC does not have touch screen
Today I tried to open Google chrome and it did nothing. Its not blocked by avg or anything so I went to the installation folder and looked at the debug log and it can't find "Chrome.dll" here's a pastebin URL...get chrome to work.
I installed a windows10 9-10days ago, and today my google chrome stop working. I can't use it as my browser anymore. I can't write anything in a chrome browser. It was working when I was using Windows8.
I have made repeated attempts to download and install Google Chrome onto windows 10. I have tried multiple actions according to web sites. It downloads but when I try to access, I get an error message that says the web page cannot be found. I have been told that Firefox will not allow install due to incompatibility issue. I tried contacting Microsoft but cannot get through due to HIGH level of phone traffic. I am not able to get to answer desk for unknown reason. Is there anyway I can get past this incompatibility issue that according to Microsoft; "They are working on it". I want to make Google Chrome Default Browser.
I migrated from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I then found that I had access to 3 web browsers - Edge, Chrome and IE 11.
However, whilst I could access web pages from Edge, I could not access those same pages [in fact ANY pages at all] from Chrome or IE. I just got messages saying the pages were not accessible. My immediate suspicion was some sort of firewall problem, so I turned off the firewall, but the problem persisted. I re-installed Chrome, but that made no difference either. I rebooted the PC, but the problem was still there. I also noted that my VOIP phone application was unable to reach the Web.
It seems very odd that one application [Edge] seems to have full Web access, while three others have none at all. I cannot think of any setting that would deny access to some apps, but not others. I did check the firewall setting for Chrome, and it said it was giving the application full access.
What might be causing this selective denial of Internet access. Does Edge monopolise the access and somehow exclude the others?!
All of a sudden, when using Google Chrome, the taskbar disappeared, and when I minimized Chrome, the background and desktop icons were missing from the screen, all my windows minimized at the bottom left corner. I restarted my PC but that didn't worked... This happened for no reason, I'm 100% I didn't pressed anything, nor installed anything before that might cause the problem..
I can still open almost everything through a window.. but there's some things that don't work now, like clicking right click on background does nothing, adjusting sound through keyboard also (while adjusting screen brightness works properly), I've also tried to open start menu using my keyboard, but that does nothing.... Google Chrome also doesn't want to open, I'm asking this question through IE....Today, my screen also rotated for no reason, just like smartphones and tablets rotate screens..
I got a annoying issue with my google chrome when i click on it it takes so long to start up and I have no problem with any other program and sometime I get black squares when i open a new tab its really annoying. I have tried most thing like uninstall and install tried unchecking hard ware acceleration and tried winsock reset to I dunno what to do ...
I've been having trouble the last few weeks with Google Chrome. I click to open Chrome and it takes a solid 10-15 minutes before it opens. It works perfectly fine when up and running and there's no issues with speed once it's opened.
My windows 10 button, cortana, and google chrome won't work. The image for Microsoft edge and the windows store on the taskbar are black now and also won't open. I tried using the scan in powershell and it said that it couldn't find any problems. Also I believe my Nvidia drivers need updates but they also won't open it says it had to close. I already used malwarebytes to check for malware. I'm not sure what to do its been working for the whole time I have had windows ten which has been a decent amount of time but it just yesterday started this.
I have transferred from window7 to windows 10 using Outlook and Google Chrome. The hyperlink between the two programs has been lost. Submitting responses to "unsubscribe", " meter readings" "visit Windows 10 forum!!" etc are no longer available. The error message "server execution failed" is shown after the link detail.
I had windows 8 and was using an administrator account. I was using google chrome browser and all bookmarks was there. I didn't back up my bookmarks and after upgrading to windows 10 I can't find it. How can I import all my bookmarks from my old google chrome to a new one.
I upgraded to Win10 yesterday, with no problems. The problem I am having is prolly minor to some. I primarily use Google chrome browser, and rarely IE. I noticed my problem first in google chrome. I have a screenshot of it, but not sure how to upload it into this forum.... keeps asking for a URL. So far, I've tried fixing the issue through Internet Options, and through settgins in google chrome.