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CUBS_FAN
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reply to La Luna

Re: Getting rid of "browse to save"?

said by La Luna:

I would head over to Security Cleanup and follow the Mandatory Steps (at the top of the forum) there, then if no joy, ask for help there:

Thanks for the advice. If you feel you or anyone else visiting this forum feel you can help I've created a post over there.. »Getting Rid of "Browse to Save" on Chrome?


CylonRed
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join:2000-07-06
Bloom County

1 recommendation

You need to do the mandatory steps in the security forum and post the logs:
»Security Cleanup FAQ »Mandatory Steps Before Requesting Assistance

Do also look at the one post in the forum as well.
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CUBS_FAN
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Re: Getting rid of "browse to save"? [SOLVED]

Thanks for the help. Over in the other forum someone helped me find out what it was. A pre-installed addon called "codecv" was the culprit. Once I dumped it all the underlines are gone. Thanks

»botcrawl.com/how-to-remove-text-···ce/#List


TonyKlein
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join:2001-07-02
Netherlands

2 recommendations

Great, but as I said, stick around for a check-up by one of the experts here for a complete cleanup, as you may still have associated files and registry keys, as well as possible other foistware left to remove.