Manual removal instructions:

The file GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE is malware related. You must delete the file GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE immediately!

Use this guide to remove GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE manually:

STEP 1: Uninstall GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE using Windows uninstallation applet (use Add/Remove Programs or Uninstall Program or Apps & features).

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STEP 2: Open Task Manager and close all processes, related to GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE in their description. Discover the directories where such processes start. Search for random or strange file names.

Remove GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE virus from running processes Remove GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE virus from running processes.

STEP 3: Inspect the Windows services. Press Win+R, type in: services.msc and press OK.

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Disable the services with random names or contains GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE in it's name or description.

STEP 4: After that press Win+R, type in: taskschd.msc and press OK to open Windows Task Scheduler.

Remove GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE from scheduled task list.

Delete any task related to GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE. Disable unknown tasks with random names.

STEP 5: Clear the Windows registry from GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE virus.

Press Win+R, type in: regedit.exe and press OK.

Remove GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE virus from Windows registry Remove GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE virus from Windows registry.

Find and delete all keys/values contains GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE.

STEP 6: Check your shortcuts on your desktop and in the Start menu for GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE presence.

Fix infected shortcuts.

STEP 7: Remove a virus from Google Chrome.

STEP 8: Remove a virus from Internet Explorer.

STEP 9: Remove a virus from Mozilla Firefox.

STEP 10: And at the end, clear your basket, temporal files, browser's cache.

GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE is related to: GOOGLE (X86)\CHROME32.EXE.


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