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Topic # 30268 3-Feb-2009 13:34
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Hi folks,

I have Googled for this but only came up with various links from filesharing sites - nothing official from Google. Was there ever such thing for Chrome? It seems odd that there is no standalone installer but perhaps there was a reason for it.

Any suggestions?

Cheers,
Dany.




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  Reply # 196274 17-Feb-2009 13:39
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Is This What Your After??

http://dl.google.com/chrome/install/152.1/chrome_installer.exe

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  Reply # 196283 17-Feb-2009 13:59
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That looks promising! Thanks, will give that a try.




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  Reply # 196327 17-Feb-2009 16:52
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Google
Error


Not Found
The requested URL /chrome/install/152.1/chrome_installer.exe was not found on this server.




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  Reply # 196436 18-Feb-2009 05:03
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Try This One I Think Its WorkingWink

http://dl.google.com/chrome/install/154.43/chrome_installer.exe

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