How to Fix Google Chrome Update Problems and Failed Updates

Are you get Google Chrome Update Problems and Failed Updates on your Windows/PC/Mac/Android/iOS, like problems below:

  • Update failed: Updates are disabled by administrator
  • Update failed (Error: 3 or 11) An error occurred while checking for updates: Update server not available
  • Update failed (Error: 4 or 10) An error occurred while checking for updates: Update check failed to start
  • Update failed (Error: 7 or 12) An error occurred while checking for updates: Download failed
  • This computer will no longer receive Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported
  • Google Chrome may not be able to keep itself updated.
  • Other errors that mention that “Update failed

1. Download Google Chrome again

It’s possible that some files are missing on your computer. To fix, follow these steps:

  1. Uninstall Google Chrome.

    How to Uninstall Google Chrome on Windows/PC

    Windows 10 64 bit/32 bit

    1. Close all Chrome windows and tabs On your Windows/PC.
    2. Click the Start menu > Settings. (Win key + I)
    3. Click Apps.
    4. Under “Apps & features,” find and click Google Chrome.
    5. Click Uninstall.
    6. Confirm by clicking Uninstall.
    7. To delete your profile information, like bookmarks and history, check “Also delete your browsing data.”
    8. Click Uninstall.

    Windows 8.1/8/ 7/Vista

    1. Close all Chrome windows and tabs On your Windows/PC.
    2. Open the Control Panel:
      • Windows 7 & Vista: Click the Start menu > Control Panel.
      • Windows 8: Point to the top right of your screen. Click Settings > Control Panel.
    3. Click Uninstall a program or Programs and Features.
    4. Double-click Google Chrome.
    5. To delete your profile information, like bookmarks and history, check “Also delete your browsing data.”
    6. Click Uninstall.

    Windows XP

    1. Close all Chrome windows and tabs On your Windows/PC.
    2. Click the Start menu > Control Panel.
    3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
    4. Click Google Chrome.
    5. Click Remove.
    6. To delete your profile information, like bookmarks and history, check “Also delete your browsing data.”
    7. Click Uninstall.

     

    How to Uninstall Google Chrome on Android

    Google Chrome is already installed on most Android devices, and can’t be removed. You can turn it off so that it won’t show on the list of apps on your device.

    1. Open your device’s Settings app.
    2. Tap Apps & notifications.
    3. Tap Chrome App. If you don’t see it, first tap See all apps or App info.
    4. Tap Disable.

    How to Uninstall Google Chrome on iOS/iPhone/iPad

    1. On your iPhone or iPad, touch and hold the Chrome App.
    2. At the top left of the icon, tap Remove (X).
    3. To remove Google Chrome and delete your profile information, like bookmarks and history, tap Delete.

    Note: If you delete profile information when you uninstall Google Chrome, the data won’t be on your iPhone or iPad anymore. If you are signed in to Chrome and syncing your data, some information might still be on Google’s servers.

    How to Uninstall Google Chrome on Mac

    1. At the bottom of your computer screen, in your Dock, right-click Chrome.
    2. Select Quit.
    3. Open Finder.
    4. Go to the folder containing the Google Chrome application on your computer.
      • Tip: It may be in your Applications folder. If not, go to File > Find, and search for “Google Chrome.”
    5. Drag Google Chrome to the Trash.
    6. Optional: Delete your profile information, like bookmarks and history:
      1. At the top of the screen, click Go > Go to Folder.
      2. Enter ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome.
      3. Click Go.
      4. Select all the folders, and drag them to the Trash.

    How to Uninstall Google Chrome on Linux

    1. Open a terminal window.
      • On GNOME, Unity, and Cinnamon environments, press Ctrl + Alt + t.
      • On KDE environments, go to Application Menu > System > Konsole.
    2. Enter the uninstall command:
      • Debian-based systems: Enter sudo dpkg -r google-chrome-stable.
      • Other systems: Enter sudo rpm -e google-chrome-stable.
    3. When prompted, enter your computer’s password.
  2. Make sure your computer meets the system requirements.

    To use Google Chrome on Windows, you’ll need:

    • Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 or later
    • An Intel Pentium 4 processor or later that’s SSE2 capable

    To use Google Chrome on Mac, you’ll need:

    • OS X Yosemite 10.10 or later
  3. Download Chrome again and try reinstalling. If you keep seeing an error:

2. Check antivirus, firewall, or parental control settings

Check the settings for your antivirus, firewall, or parental control software.

  • Make sure software updates aren’t blocked from going online.
  • Make sure tools.google.com and dl.google.com aren’t blocked.

3. Reboot your Windows/PC/Mac

Chrome update might not have completed on your computer. Try rebooting your computer and Get Update Google Chrome Latest Version again.

4. Check Malware

Windows/PC

Google Chrome can help you find suspicious or unwanted programs on your computer. You can remove malware and other programs on your computer that you don’t remember installing.

  1. Open Finder.
  2. On the left, click Applications.
  3. Look for any programs you don’t recognize.
  4. Right-click the name of any unwanted programs.
  5. Click Move to Trash.
  6. When you’re done, at the bottom, right-click Trash.
  7. Click Empty Trash.

Mac

Remove bad software and other programs on your computer that you don’t remember installing.

  1. On your Mac computer, open Finder.
  2. On the left, click Applications.
  3. Look for any programs you don’t recognize, then do one of the following:
    • Double-click Uninstall or Uninstaller, and follow the on-screen instructions.
    • If you don’t see these options, drag the icon from the Applications folder into the Trash.
  4. Empty your trash when you’re done.

Here are some common programs that might change your settings and are known to cause problems:

  • BrowseFox
  • PullUpdate
  • Vitruvian
  • V-Bates
  • SearchProtect
  • SupTab
  • MySearchDial
  • SaveSense
  • Price Meter
  • Mail.ru Sputnik/Guard
  • Conduit Toolbars, Community Alerts & ValueApps
  • Wajam
  • Multiplug
  • Shopper Pro
  • Stormwatch
  • SmartBar
  • Dealply
  • SmartWeb
  • MySearch123
  • AdPea
  • Etranslator
  • CouponMarvel
  • PriceFountain
  • Techsnab
  • Colisi
  • BrApp
  • LuckyTab
  • OneCall
  • Crossrider
  • Eorezo
  • Consumer Input
  • Content Defender
  • Movie Dea

5. Please make sure you meet the system requirements

Google Chrome doesn’t work with the following older platforms:

  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8

Note: You need use a recent operating system to make sure you continue to get the latest Google Chrome versions and features. Learn more about what your computer needs to use Google Chrome below.

To use Google Chrome on Windows/PC, you’ll need:

  • Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 or later
  • An Intel Pentium 4 processor or later that’s SSE2 capable

Fix Windows “No longer supported” error

If your computer meets the Windows system requirements above, but Chrome isn’t starting or you see the error message “This computer will no longer receive Google Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported,” you might have Chrome set to run in Windows’ Compatibility Mode.

Turn off Compatibility Mode:

  1. On your computer, right-click the Chrome icon.
  2. Click Properties > Compatibility.
  3. Uncheck “Run this program in compatibility mode for.”

To use Chrome on Mac, you’ll need:

  • OS X Yosemite 10.10 or later.

To use Chrome on Linux, you’ll need:

  • 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04+, Debian 8+, openSUSE 13.3+, or Fedora Linux 24+.
  • An Intel Pentium 4 processor or later that’s SSE2 capable.

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