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Old 10. Sep 2010, 03:42 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by bo.elam View Post
Vasa1, my good friend, maybe next time just do a over the top installation.
I have done it on my PC and a few times on some of my friends who had
old versions and it has always worked perfectly.
Hi Bo!

Yes, Over the top installation will be the way to go especially since Chrome is getting to be a heavyweight. Now, through the Google Updater, differential updates are simple and should consume less broadband than a fresh install.

Re. FF, I've set it up to prompt when updates are available so that I can do them outside the box (sand).
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