So you got your Windows 7 64-bit running, complete with new BSODs, and now you want to install Google's Chrome just to discover it doesn't work. Don't worry, because you can fix it.
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Just right click on the Google Chrome Icon, modify the Chrome Properties window so the target looks like this, click on apply and enjoy. [Blogsna]