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eagle78 Google Chrome 3.X
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My Secunia program is telling me that that I have a Category 3 security threat with the above. I have down-loaded and reinstalled but I still get the warning. Anyone had this problem?

mtodorov2 RE: Google Chrome 3.X
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on 9th Nov, 2009 09:48, eagle78 wrote:
My Secunia program is telling me that that I have a Category 3 security threat with the above. I have down-loaded and reinstalled but I still get the warning. Anyone had this problem?


Hi, eagle78.

1. Tried to uninstall/reinstall instead of upgrading?

Hope this helps.

Cheers.
MT
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eagle78 RE: Google Chrome 3.X
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Hi MT
Tried your idea. It worked a treat. Many thanks
Eagle78
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Anthony Wells RE: Google Chrome 3.X
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Auto upgrading by Google or using the "about" update link within Chrome often/usually leaves the previous version folder behind ; simply go to the "Chrome\application" folder and delete the old version nimbered folder (only) .

You can run the "new version" installer without uninstalling ; but even then , you are not guaranteed to keep any/all your settings , etc.

Hope this helps.
Anthony

PS; if you are not using "advanced" mode , try it and you will see the problem more clearly .

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mtodorov2 RE: Google Chrome 3.X
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on 9th Nov, 2009 15:20, eagle78 wrote:
Hi MT
Tried your idea. It worked a treat. Many thanks
Eagle78


Actually, it was a lucky guess. I had a hunch. :-)

MT

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Anthony Wells RE: Google Chrome 3.X
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"The harder you work , the luckier you become" !:o))

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mtodorov2 RE: Google Chrome 3.X
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on 9th Nov, 2009 17:35, Anthony Wells wrote:
"The harder you work , the luckier you become" !:o))


I guess you meant ... "The luckier you become ... in the long run ..." ;-)

It didn't seem straightforward.

MT
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Anthony Wells RE: Google Chrome 3.X
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Hi MT ,

In fact, the words I used became widely known when Gary PLayer , the world famous golfer , was told by somebody that he had a lot of lucky shots in a match wiinning round and he made that reply (he used "get" instead of "become").

He didn't run a lot but was very fit and really worked hard at practice , leaving as little to chance as possible .

Still takes a long "run" :o))

Anthony

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