This is a known issue with the Google Chrome auto-updating mechanism and can be avoided by simply running Google Chrome as a normal user. Additionally, keep in mind that for security reasons we recommend that you don't elevate the privilege of Google Chrome to administrator.
You can also try reinstalling Google Chrome and install through an alternative installer.
I checked to make sure I'm not running Chrome as administrator.
The alternate installer fails silently (with no error), unless I try to run it as administrator, in which case I get this error, "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item." I tried relocating the file to another folder, with the same results.
Lest anyone think I am messing up the ward computer with malware,
All Church-owned computers will ship with Internet Explorer installed. The use of other browsers is authorized.
(Third-Party Software and Tools, clerksupport.lds.org).
- Chrome: An Internet browser developed by Google.
- Firefox: An Internet browser developed by Mozilla