I’ve had some issues with Google Chrome (184.108.40.206) running on Windows 7 x64, but thanks to these two links, it’s now working great.
To get Chrome working you’ll need to add switches to your Chrome shortcut. Most people look to be getting good results by adding the ‘-in-process-plugins’ switch but my experience has been mixed. I’ve found that adding ‘-no-sandbox’ as well as worked. So your shortcut should look something like this:
C:\Users\Aaron\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe -no-sandbox -in-process-plugins