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ive downloaded every program ive read on the internet, ive used malwarebyte, hitman pro, spy hunter, even went into registery to delete URL reg edits from bing and that. I obviously did not touch anything else. Now everytime i open google chrome the delta page appears, im not sure how to remove it and i use MSE.
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ive downloaded every program ive read on the internet, ive used malwarebyte, hitman pro, spy hunter, even went into registery to delete URL reg edits from bing and that. I obviously did not touch anything else. Now everytime i open google chrome the delta page appears, im not sure how to remove it and i use MSE.

Think i fixed it, made a new google chrome user.
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delta search and delta chrome are basically adware you do not want them on your computer (just removed it on a clients computer today actually) it sets your homepage to delta search when installed uninstall it itll be listed in programs as delta chrome also uninstall yontoon if it is present make sure to end yontoon.exe in processes prior. boot to safe mode run malware bytes also since your doing a full scan anyways you might wanna dl rkill and run it in safe mode prior to running malwarebytes http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/rkill/
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
OCZ Vertex 3 SSD Seagate Barracuda LG Super Multi XSPC Raystorm laing ddc 3.25, ex 240 Swiftech X... 
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Windows 8.1 Pro LG 24inch led Backlit Corsair K60 XFX 850WPro Fully Modular 
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Hey AD556

i know it sounds to simple to be true but it worked for me so what the hack give it a try, follow these instructions to remove Delta from Chrome :

Open Chrome. Click on the Customize and Control Google Chrome icon
Under "On startup", choose the option "Open a specific page or set of pages."
Click on "Set pages" and delete Delta's page from the list by clicking the small "x" icon besides it
In order to change the Search Engine in Google Chrome, please follow the instructions below:
Open Chrome. Click on the Customize and Control Google Chrome icon
Click on Settings > Under "Search" click on "Manage search engines...": If you see Delta Search as default, please click on a different option (Google, Bing etc.), make it default
Remove Delta by clicking the small 'x'
You may also check if any Delta extension is installed in your Google Chrome. For this, please do as follows:
Open Chrome. Click on the Customize and Control Google Chrome icon
Go to Tools > Extensions
Remove any Delta extension (Translator, Toolbar) from the list by clicking on the small trash can icon that will appear when you point the cursor over it.

Let me know if it worked! :-)
thanx
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