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I'm installing Google Chrome Frame from this page (it offers you installation if you go there with IE) It says that the installation is completed, but there is no such plugin in my Add-ons menu of IE. Even after restart. I tried to use offline installer, tried to uninstall and install it again - no effect! How to fix this? I need it for tests and now I have to use my another computer! I use OS Win7 x64

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I am also having this problem. Did you ever get an actual answer to your question? – Khior Nov 29 '12 at 0:56

Try installing Google Chrome Frame from the official page:

Alternatively, you can use Google Chrome Portable.

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