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Recently my Google Chrome has been affected by "SuperAdRemove". Here's an image: [url]http://prntscr.com/7plsi9[/url]

I can't find anything to remove in extension, no program by the name of SuperAdRemove to remove from Programs. I've downloaded SpyHunter 4, Spybot, MalwareBytes Anti-Malware, Microsoft Security Essentials, and switched to safe mode. Scanned and found nothing. I've tried resetting Google Chrome and after a few hours it came back. I'm out of options, any advice would help. This only happens on Google Chrome, Firefox & IE are unaffected. I'd like to continue using Chrome, if I can't find a solution looks like I'm changing.

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Follow this [url]http://malwaretips.com/blogs/ads-by-superadromove-removal/[/url] don't have to do all the checking steps with these different tools. Spybot S&D and anti malwarebytes will do. Make sure to reset the internet explorer settings aswell.

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[quote name='Arix']Follow this [url]http://malwaretips.com/blogs/ads-by-superadromove-removal/[/url] don't have to do all the checking steps with these different tools. Spybot S&D and anti malwarebytes will do. Make sure to reset the internet explorer settings aswell.[/QUOTE]

Trust me when I say I've tried all that, else I wouldn't have been here :(.

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Grab Avast! free antivirus and try a boot-time scan with it.

EDIT: Or go here, which, if you scroll down some, shows how to manually remove it via registry (back up your registry to an external drive first).

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Moved to Computers section.

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As Chad said.

Though when it comes to removing extensions on a browser may be a different question.
Have you tried malwarebytes? doesn't hurt exploring every possibilities.

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[quote name='Ziek`']Grab Avast! free antivirus and try a boot-time scan with it.

EDIT: Or go here, which, if you scroll down some, shows how to manually remove it via registry (back up your registry to an external drive first).[/QUOTE]

Avast is probably the only thing I haven't tried. Apparently it was stuck within Chrome so I just cleared my browsing data (everything.) Oh and [MENTION=11]Daedalus[/MENTION], I tried almost everything, even MalwareBytes.

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So apparently I edited my earlier post without actually posting the link I was referring: [url]http://fixwindowspconline.com/SuperAdRemove-Removal/[/url], then CTRL+F "Method 1: Remove SuperAdRemove Virus Manually".

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