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That seems to happen when people mix 64-bit and 32-bit environments; either you're using RunAs in a weird way or the Intel exception BAD_IMPERSONATION_LEVEL (which you got; it's not about you, though) is your particular installation of Windows' way of whining that MSIE should be tops on your list. Maybe you need to pick a different version (e.g. 32bit) of Chrome...usually if you install on the same machine you downloaded chrome by (from chrome.google.com) you should be fine, though!
It's pretty logical for a program you uninstalled to not run anymore, on the other hand. You get to reinstall chrome from a new download and see if things improve.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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