Many users have reported encountering the status_access_violation error on Chrome, preventing the browser from loading pages.\n This error may restrict you from using Chrome, so we’ll show you a couple of ways to resolve it.
- The Chrome status_access_violation bug can stop you from experiencing Google Chrome’s features.
- The best way to fix this issue for good is to reset your Chrome settings.
- Updating your drivers to the latest version could also fix the problem.
Reset your Chrome settings
- Open the Chrome app and go to the Settings menu.
- Choose Reset browser settings from the menu.
- Click the Reset button in the confirmation prompt.
Update your drivers
- Press the Windows key + X to open Power User menu.
- Choose Device Manager from the menu.
- Expand Display adapters section.
- Right-click your driver and choose Update driver.
Remove Google Chrome Extensions
- Open Chrome.
- Select More tools > Extensions.
- Select the extension you want to delete and hit Remove.
- Restart Chrome.
- Go to Start, type recovery, and open Recovery options.
- Select PowerShell (Admin).
- Type the following command and hit Enter: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- In the next step, run the following DISM command to reinstall Windows: Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth /Restorehealth
Run Chrome in Safe Mode
- Launch Google Chrome.
- Click the 3-dot menu in the upper-right corner and choose Settings.
- Open the Advanced tab.
- Scroll down to the Startup section, and click on Open chrome in safe mode.
- Chrome will now open in Safe Mode.