recently been having some trouble with google chrome on my macbook pro laptop.
When I close it and re-open it this message is displayed
" Your profile could not be opened correctly.
Some features may be unavailable. Please check that the profile exists and you have permission to read and write its contents."
Also my bookmarked icons e.g the little 'F' icon for Facebook are no longer displayed and I cannot access my web history at all. Also, I am unable to type in a website that I've previously been in e.g you'd usually type in www.fa . . . and then facebook.com would automatically come up...that no longer happens..
(Original post by Gofre)
Just had a flick through the system files in the Mac version of Chrome, there's no folder called Default, and the it always gets saved to the applications folder, so you're no use here ;D
@OP have you tried the good ol' uninstall reinstall trick?
I did suggest that in my post so I'm not all useless
But I think there is a Default folder on the Mac version of Chrome, here is how to get there:
Go menu > Go to folder > type in ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default
Basically, the thing is to locate the folder you were talking about. You DO NOT have to go thru the Terminal. Go to FINDER and pressing "alt (option)" CLICK on the menu "GO" at the menu bar. You will see that there's the Library icon. Click it and go to Application Support > Google > Crhome > Default.
When you are there, look for the files "Web Data" and "History" and delet them. You probably lose the Web History, but the problem will be gone. I just did it and worked perfectly.