Chrome Keeps Calling for Additional Plug-In!

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Galleherjazz

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Here is the issue!

I keep getting the prompt in my Chrome browser (15.0.874.106) "An additional plug-in is required to display some elements on this page." It has an "Install plug-in" tab. Clicking on that tab is useless. The prompt reappears after each tab/page mounts. When I click on "Problems installing?," it opens to a page about WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER AND JAVA, it directs me to a website (Visit http://port25.technet.com/pages/windows-media-player-firefox-plugin-download.aspx.) I download from there, and confirm that WMP is working ok. But then...the prompt reappears!!

How can I eliminate this prompt? :cool:

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Reinstall chrome. I have had this issue before as well, and a fresh re-install worked.
 

Galleherjazz

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I tried reinstalling Chrome. The problem persists. What about uninstalling Chrome and all of its add-ons and then reinstalling?
Do you think that might do it?
 
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