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Old 11-10-2009, 01:47 AM   #1
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I use Google Chrome as my browser, and a while ago i downloaded a program named "Orbit Downloader" to try it out.
I didn't like it, and decided to unstinall. Fair enough.

But after i uninstalled it, i tried to download a file. And the popup came up with "This download has been transfered to Orbit Downloader ..."
But i dont have the program installed?
I checked through all my folders to search for it. Found nothing.
I reinstalled Google Chrome. Nothing changed.

Whenever i have to download anything, i have to find the download link and go into Internet Explorer and use that.
The problem only exists in Google Chrome, not Firefox or IE. (But i like Chrome too much to change :) )

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Old 11-10-2009, 11:12 PM   #2
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Anyone got an ideas? :/

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Old 11-11-2009, 07:16 AM   #3
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From http://www.orbitdownloader.com/how-to-uninstall.htm
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You can uninstall Orbit Downloader from either the Windows Add/Remove Programs control panel or by using the Uninstall option within the Orbit Downloader Program group ("Start" > "All Programs" > "Orbit" > "Uninstall Orbit").

Please exit your running web browser before uninstall Orbit Downloader.

After you uninstall, there may be residual files or folders from the Orbit Downloader installation. You can remove the Orbit Downloader folder by doing the following:

(1) Open "My Computer" > C: drive > 'Program Files.'

(2) Delete the Orbitdownloader folder.

Orbit Downloader preferences file will not be removed during uninstall process. If remove Orbit Downloader preferences file, bear in mind that you will lose all your download history and Orbit Downloader preferences. You can remove Orbit Downloader preferences file manually by doing the following:

(1) Open "My Computer" > C: drive > 'Documents and Settings' > Your name > 'Application Data'

(2) Delete the Orbit folder.

If any question, please email us at orbitdownloader@gmail.com
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Go to ....

C:\Documents and Settings\[ your username ]\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\Plugins

Delete the plugin called nporbit.dll

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