Java Chrome Errors

Google finally launched its very own web browser which is very fast as compared to IE or even Firefox. Chrome also uses up very little system processes so it does not result in a lot of hanging. Google’s main focus was on getting JavaScript web applications to run fast and stable, much like desktop applications.  Yet, some users have encountered a few errors when viewing certain java related files in Google Chrome. Some users have stated that they needed to refresh the YouTube webpage at least 10 times before they were able to view the video. Others have noted that there was a problem with downloading the offline version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) from Even when they finally managed to update or download a new version from the java site, they had to reboot their computer twice before games and other java related applications on the internet recognized it.

Although there are not many methods available on the internet to solve java error problems in Google Chrome, you could try the following methods designed for getting java to work.

  • Disable and enable JavaScript in Chrome
  • View and debug the java errors
  • Disable and enable JavaScript in Chrome

Unfortunately unlike other web browsers, Google Chrome does not have any ‘on the fly’ option to disable/enable JavaScript as you can do with other browsers. In Google Chrome, in order to disable JavaScript, you need to follow the below given procedure:

  • First close any open Chrome windows.
  • Right click on a blank area of your Desktop.
  • Select New.
  • Create a new Shortcut with the following in the "Type the location of the item:" text box:

(For Windows Vista :)
%userprofile%\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe -disable-javascript

(For Windows XP:)
“%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\chrome.exe" -disable-javascript

Note: for windows XP there are quotes whereas for windows Vista there aren’t any.

  • Enter a name for the Shortcut.
  • Click Finish.
  • Move the Shortcut to a location of your choice if you do not want to keep in on your Desktop.

After you finish disabling JavaScript, you have to enable it again. To do this, follow the below mentioned steps:

  • First close any open Chrome windows.
  • Open Chrome using any of the default Shortcuts that were installed during the installation process.
  • View and debug the java errors

Note that you should view and debug java errors encountered in Chrome only if you are a professional and understand what you are doing. To debug JavaScript errors you need to do the following:
JavaScript Console:

  • Click the Page menu icon and select
  • Developer > JavaScript Console

Now you'll be able to view JavaScript execution errors, and enter any additional JavaScript commands that you want to execute.

JavaScript Debugger

  • Click the Page menu icon and select
  • Developer > Debug JavaScript

A command prompt is provided with this debugger from which you can set breakpoints. To get any help, simply type ‘help’ at the debugger command line.

Although there are not many JavaScript errors when using Google Chrome, the above mentioned methods should help you successfully resolve them should they be encountered.

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