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Forum Thread: unable to update Google Chrome to 16.0.912.77

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N2lli2 unable to update Google Chrome to 16.0.912.77
Member 26th Jan, 2012 03:42
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What am I doing wrong? I clicked on Install solution and it took me to Google Chrome and I clicked on download, and I don't know if that is what I am supposed to do. But after doing that Secunia still is telling me that it isn't patched.

So what do I do now?

mogs RE: unable to update Google Chrome to 16.0.912.77
Expert Contributor 26th Jan, 2012 09:22
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Hello.
It is usually much easier to update Chrome by clicking on the Wrench icon ....top right hand corner of Chrome....and then click on About Google Chrome....it will then check for updates.
Once having updated...Chrome usually leaves behind the previous/older version, and it is that which psi continues to detect.....it needs to be removed


To delete a vulnerable file or folder using PSI 2 :

1. Open psi and go to Scan Results.

2. Alongside the vulnerable prog. is a "+" sign.

Clicking on that will reveal Detected Instances..

3. Below, are two yellow folders. Click the one without a red dot.
It will open Windows Explorer and you will be able to view the vulnerable files/folders.

4. Right click and delete.
Perform a full scan to confirm all in order..

Hope the foregoing helps......regards,

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