One of the problems in chrome is that of plugins, currently java applets don’t load. Here is the solution
Currently, Google Chrome supports the most popular plug-ins necessary to display the Web correctly, including Flash, Acrobat Reader, Java, Windows Media Player, Real Player, QuickTime, and Silverlight.
Many websites use the Java plug-in. Google Chrome requires Java version 6, update 10. Please note that this is currently a beta version and may be more unstable than some previous version of Java. To download this beta version of Java, visit http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/ea.jsp
Plug-ins are enabled by default. If plug-ins are enabled and Google Chrome detects a missing plug-in for a webpage, it’ll prompt you to install the plug-in at the top of webpage:
Click the Install plug-in button to download the plug-in. The download occurs and installs silently in the background. Once the plug-in is installed, the webpage reloads to display properly. To dismiss the message, click the x icon at the end of the bar. [ Source ]