So for the past couple days, my computer has been going down every time I open up Chrome. I'm fairly sure Chrome is the culprit, because I can run anything else, including Firefox, which is how I'm typing this up right now. The PC runs pretty much just fine, and certainly crash-free, when Chrome isn't running. I can't figure out why, and every crash is different. Sometimes it just freezes completely up. Other times I get a BSOD, but every blue screen has been different thus far. Unfortunately I don't have any screenshots of them, but they have been messages such as: - encountered a problem, shutting down to prevent damage to the drive - Driver IRQL not less or equal - random hex codes that are supposed to tell me what the error is - starting a memory dump (sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't) But literally every one has been unique in some way, such that I can't use them to narrow anything down. Things I've tried: - "chrome://conflicts" in the URL bar. No issues. Anything else I try in Chrome itself, I don't have time to do, because the computer crashes. - Running antivirus scans. No issues. - System restore. Unfortunately, the answer I got was there are no restore points. Why that is, I have no idea. I understand Chrome refuses to update itself anymore because I have Vista and they don't want to support that any longer. It's been maybe four months since Chrome started alerting about being out of date. I can't help but wonder if these are related things. Anyway, what do I do to stop these crashes so I can fire up Chrome again?