How to Resolve Error Code 11 in Google Chrome on Windows 10

You’ve just found out that a new version of Chrome is available. Of course, you rush to install the latest updates to keep your browser up to date. But you find that some error codes are blocking the process and you can’t install the latest version of Google Chrome on your computer.

In this guide, we will focus on one particular Google Chrome update error that often confuses users, namely error code 11.

What causes the Google Chrome error code 11 problem on Windows 10?

  • An invalid or corrupt registry key.
  • Other programs have conflicts with Google Chrome.
  • Google Chrome is infected with a virus and corrupted.
  • Incorrect or incomplete installation of Google Chrome software.
  • Accidental or malicious removal of Google Chrome by software that has nothing to do with the Google Chrome application.

How to repair the error code 11 issue on Google Chrome?


Uninstall and download Google Chrome again

  1. Uninstall Chrome by uninstalling them.
  2. Make sure your computer meets Chrome’s system requirements.
  3. Download the browser again and try reinstalling it.
  4. On Windows, try the offline installer.

Check your antivirus, firewall, or parental control settings

  1. Make sure that software updates are not blocked for online access.
  2. Make sure that tools.google.com and dl.google.com are not blocked.

Check for malware

  1. Open your Chrome browser.
  2. Click the More Info button in the upper right corner, then click Settings.
  3. Click Advanced in the bottom section.
  4. In the Reset and Cleanup section, click Wipe Computer.
  5. Click the Search button.
  6. If you are prompted to remove unwanted software, click Remove.
  7. You may be prompted to restart your computer.

To disable proxy server settings

  1. Press Windows + R, type “inetcpl.CPL” and press Enter to open the Internet properties.
  2. Then go to the “Connections” tab and select “LAN Settings”.
  3. Uncheck Use a proxy server for your local network and make sure the Automatically Detect Settings checkbox is checked.
  4. Click OK, then Apply and restart your computer.