I’m new to raspberry pi, so I’m not sure if there’s some stupidly obvious fix to this, but chromium is refusing to load at all. I’ve updated everything through the terminal, and attempted to use commands to run it. When I try to click on it, the cursor gets a small hourglass next to it, so I know it’s definitely trying to launch it, and I see the cpu usage go up to about 8%. I know chromium is a much bigger cpu hog than that, especially on launch. It has worked for me before. Does anyone know what is causing this, and how to fix this?

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    Hi @Nico, what Operating System are you using? Providing us with extra details may facilitate finding the problem. – David Mar 24 '19 at 22:05

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