To Disable The Code Integrity Function In Google Chrome
We need to disable Chrome’s integrity feature to fix our Aw Snap! STATUS INVALID IMAGE HASH problem. If you follow the methods I’ve outlined here, they’ll be simple to put into action.
To disable the code integrity function in Google Chrome, follow these steps:
Right-click on the Google Chrome symbol to open it in a new window.
From the fast menu, choose Properties.
Next to the Target label, click on the entry area.
Press the Spacebar to add a space after the chrome.exe portion.
The following code should be typed or pasted:
Then, on the Apply button, click.
To confirm the settings, click the Continue option in the popup.
Then click the OK button to close it.Now open Google Chome and see whether the Aw, Snap! message appears.
STATUS_INVALID_IMAGE_HASH error has been resolved