Question about Google Chrome
I was sent an online message from google to update my smart share feature omy google smart tv. having updated this feature it generated the plugins which is blocking me form watching my popular online tv
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hi,this is not hijacking its the toolbar go to the wrench tool symbol click on it>extensions>look for the toolbar and then disable/uninstall it.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
Try this guideline:
Close Google Chrome
Click the Start
In the search box, type CMD
Click on the CMD icon and you will see the command window open
Type: cd %localappdata%\google\update
After you press enter, you cursor should now be in your google update directory
Type: GoogleUpdate.exe /RegServer
Running that only took a second.
Open Google chrome and check 'About Google Chrome' again and it should now check the update servers successfully.
If problem still occurs then use system utility tool Intel Software Partner Reginout.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
Download this version of JRE, it may be work. i have done this
Posted on Apr 01, 2013
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