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Stadia crashes when joining a party

Hi,

I have been playing Destiny 2 with Stadia on PC with chrome browser. My internet connexion is wired and runs at 1Gbps up and down. As soon as I accept a party invitation on stadia, it crashes and i get the screen

Aw, snap!

Something went wrong while displaying this webpage.

It then keeps doing that for multiples minutes.

 

I tried the following:

  • Refresh the browser
  • Clean the cache
  • Run in incognito mode
  • Disable every extension
  • Restart the computer
  • Disable every non windows services
  • Port fowarding

Nothing works.

 

Any help would be appreciated

Thank you

 

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What antivirus if any are you running? 

Regards, Dr. Centz
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I don't have an antivirus
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what happens if you start the party and invite others?
Regards, Dr. Centz
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@Dzew You are not the first one reporting this issue lad however it is my belief it should be communicated to Bungie since it's probably game related. 

Have you tried to invite friends in another game? 

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@Northlight, I doubt the problem is on the Bungie side, it only crashes when he tries to join a Stadia voice party. He can join in-game Destiny parties without any issue.

But thanks for trying to help!

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@Weruid I read to fast but the need for troubleshooting remain the same. 

 

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@Northlight. It also crashes when I start a party and invite friends. I will try with another game but since it does the crash while only in the browser and no game started, I don't think it is bungie related.
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The "Aw, Snap!" message suggests that this is an issue with your Chrome browser and not with Stadia. This is most likely caused by an extension, a corrupted browser profile or some interference from your OS.

Try this:

-create a new user on your OS

-install Chrome (and nothing else) but do NOT log into your Google account with your browser

-go to the Stadia website and log in (not the browser Google account, just Stadia)

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@Valynor 

I create a new user on my OS, installed chrome, went to stadia.com and did the sign in there. Once signed in, I got a pop up to allow acces to my microphone. I clicked allow and boom "Aw,Snap!" message again.

No extension were installed or anything. 

I managed to get stadia working on a old laptop I have. But i would really want to fix it and run it on my main desktop where I always game.

 

 

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It has to be something that you installed system-wide for all users then, maybe a personal firewall, antivirus or the like.
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Just a shot in a dark here have you tried a different headset/mic? 

I agree with @Valynor  it does seems like a firewall/Antivirus issue.

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+1 to this issue! Please help my buddy solve his problem!

We need our sixth player for the raid in Destiny!

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