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Unable to detect and remove SearchSixty/Search60 search engine in Chrome

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  • Malware
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Last response: in Antivirus / Security / Privacy
November 2, 2017 4:46:17 AM


Whenever I launch chrome, I start on the default Google homepage, but whenever I type something in and hit enter, I get redirected to, although my default search engine was set to Google. I attempted to change the default address bar search engine but the option to do such was not there. My first thought was that I had malware, so I ran Norton, Avast, Malwarebytes, Hitmanpro, and Zemana antimalware. Surprisingly, nothing was found on either of them... I than opened the control panel and looked for suspicious programs that needed to be uninstalled, once again there were nothing out of the ordinary. I completely uninstalled Chrome 4 times now, and deleted any strange extensions that were installed.

I am running Windows 10.


Below is a link to an image of attempting to change the chrome search engine but notice the option is not there.

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November 2, 2017 8:31:52 PM

Quick little update. I’ve completely given up at this point... my pc is getting slower every minute to the point where most of its functions refuse to work. I tried to reset windows 10 through the recovery options in the settings and to my delight, pressing the button did absolutely nothing. I tried to use a recovery disk through the boot menu and it doesn’t even work, it’s just a black screen. Looks like it’s time i throw away the computer.
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November 4, 2017 1:52:31 PM

rgd1101 said:
Go into safemode backup your data.

download windows 10 iso from microsoft.
or use the recovery disk that you suppose to make
and do a fresh install of the os

I tried to use the tool already multiple times to try and put the installation media onto my flash drive. Upon selecting the flash drive I wanted to install it on, I got onto the "Installing Windows 10" screen. After getting to 100% it switched over to a "Creating Windows Media" or something like that screen. The download is stuck at 0%.
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