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20-Jul-2012, 02:39 PM #1
How to re-install 'locale data files'
having just replaced faulty Router,and having uninstalled several unused programs.(Google Chrome/Google earth/Java. I am getting the message " re-install locale data files" can someone please explain how to do this ? I also did a restore to earlier time,but the problem remains.I now have to fill in every letter on previously pre-filled in forms etc..I really need help before I go crazy.


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20-Jul-2012, 02:58 PM #2
Not the right part of the forum for this, but i found this thread which may help.
http://productforums.google.com/foru...me/Atze7NW8FV0

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Originally Posted by Blue Zebra
Had the same problem, tried to re-install - no joy. Then tried the manual un-install using the process above - unable to remove.

Eventually found that the were two files with similar names (Looks like the are the Chrome version numbers) in

C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application

I then just copied the chrome.exe file into the latest numbered folder, then clicked on the chrome.exe file from within this folder and all now works exactly as before.
If you have uninstalled chrome, i would reinstall it (if possible) then try uninstalling again.
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