Use of "chasing"

In office, person A has to finish some task (set-up some software). She has not been doing it.
Can I say “I chased her, but the set-up was not completed”

Is “chase” used in this situation, or only for Love/Dating related situations?

Thanks!

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You wouldn’t use ‘chase’ in this context but ‘push’: "I’ve been pushing her but she hasn’t set up the software yet’.

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Thanks Torsten, for your help!

Is there any alternative -
“I went after her, but she did not finish.”

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I’m afraid this won’t work.

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Ok, thanks Torsten for your time and help!

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