When you surf the web with Google Chrome, you may receive an error message “Aw, Snap” when you try to visit some websites. This happens when Chrome detects a problem and the page does not load. The message does not tell you exactly what went wrong, but this error usually indicates a problem with your browser extensions or antivirus software. If the message persists, your browser may be corrupted. You can fix this by creating a new user profile.
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