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babylon extension removal from Chrome


DoctorBeer
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I can't remove Babylon from Google Chrome, have gone to extensions but it's not listed

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I suggest that you go into Control panel and click on add/remove programs. Check the list to see if Babylon is listed.If it is, you can uninstall it from there.

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rdave13

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Also many tips here.

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DoctorBeer

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Thank you for your posts. First thing I did was go to c. panel/uninstall and ditched 2 items referring to Babylon, this did not stop it taking over Google Chrome, I looked at Google site and followed instructions for removing extensions but there were none relating to babylon. I am wary of touching anything that sounds like the registry, so decided to go to restore date before the infection started, this has solved the problem.

Memo to self:- Must be very careful when downloading drivers, go to the company making the equipment not a driver download site!

Thanks again - problem solved.

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I'm pleased it's fixed. Don't forget to tick your thread as resolved - just click on one of the grey ticks you see alongside the posts. The tick will turn green, and your thread will have a tick next to it in the listing.

Many thanks.

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