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I frequently (a few times a day) connect via VPN with an abroad service and Google Chrome detects it as if I was abroad. And every time I do that it asks me:

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How do I disable this thing?

Google provides a little bit more explanation what it is, but it doesn't seem to provide a way to disable it.

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Does it happen when you use a custom query string? – soandos Dec 22 '11 at 23:26
    
@soandos What do you mean by a custom query string? – Michal M Dec 23 '11 at 8:10

Maybe this post can help you out: Change Google's Search Domain in Google Chrome.

Instructions:

  1. Close all Chrome windows.

  2. Go to Chrome's user profile directory (for example, in Windows Vista and Windows 7 the path is: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data).

  3. Open the file Local State in a text editor like Notepad, TextEdit or gedit.

  4. Find the two lines that include "last_known_google_url" and "last_prompted_google_url" and change the Google URL from "http://www.google.tld/" (.tld=.co.uk, .fr, .co.jp etc.) to "http://www.google.com/" or any other Google domain. enter image description here

  5. Save the text file and restart Chrome.

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They're both the same to me and set to the one I want, so this isn't a solution for me. – Michal M Dec 27 '11 at 14:43

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