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Dear user
Follow the steps to resolve your issue with Chrome browser
1.Click on start and click on Run 2.In the Run Type msconfig and click ok 3. Go to the Tab Services and Put a check mark on Hide All Microsoft services 4.Now in this list unselect anything that says Google chrome and Click on apply and ok 5.Go ahead and restart the computer
Thanks and Regards Aboobacker S

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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