The chrome browser displays black boxes on web pages



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Google Chrome Browser may randomly display or malfunction black boxes on a web page on a Windows PC while you surf the Internet. The content of the website is sometimes not displayed correctly. What they can see are black boxes or dark areas that appear on each web page after scrolling. These blackened areas – black boxes and noise in Chrome – appear to be random. When a user tries to switch from one tab to another, the fields disappear briefly and reappear when scrolling. The pages seem to load at first glance, but end with a blank page.

The Chrome browser displays random black boxes



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1] If you are faced with this problem, a trick to solve this problem is available to the user – clear the browser cache .

To clear the Chrome browser cache, click Chrome menu > Tools and select Clear Navigation Data.

In the dialog box that appears, select the Clear cache check box.

In the drop-down menu, select the amount of data to delete.

Click the Clear Navigation Data button to confirm.

2] If the correction does not work, try the following :

Open your Chrome browser > Go to Settings. Enable the Hardware Acceleration option in the settings if it is disabled.

Click the Chrome menu, select Settings > Advanced Settings, scroll down under System and check the box next to Use hardware acceleration when available’.

Then find and activate this flag in Chrome : Activate Colour Removal Phase 2.

If you have already enabled hardware acceleration, check if disabling can permanently fix the problem.

3] Try disabling all extensions in Chrome.

4] Reset the Chrome browser and see if it helps.

5] Create a new chrome profile and see if it solves the problem.

6] Sometimes the problem can be caused by malware infection, so scan your computer with good antivirus software.

Let us know if anything helped.



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