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Google Chrome issue - "Passwords and other login information" are constantly being deleted for no reason.


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For the past two weeks I have had a problem with Chrome, with the passwords I type and connect to sites simply deleted and not saved for no reason. For example here on HWZONE, I logged in to the site, made a password save, and in a few minutes I will just have to log in here again because the passwords will be deleted. This is what happens to me on every site. I tried resetting the Chrome and trying to delete and reinstall the Chrome - same thing.
Does anyone know what the problem is?

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1. Delete the chrome and download the chrome again from their site by downloading directly 

2. Try checking the settings of your AV, it may be set not to save password 

3. Check your browser settings, can be registered there not save password 

 

Settings - this is the only thing that can come to my mind regarding your problem,

 

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1. Delete the chrome and download the chrome again from their site by downloading directly 

2. Try checking the settings of your AV, it may be set not to save password 

3. Check your browser settings, can be registered there not save password 

 

Settings - this is the only thing that can come to my mind regarding your problem,

 

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1. Performed several times, did not solve the problem.
2. Suri on the ignorance, but what are the AV settings?
I checked in Firefox and there is not this problem. In any case, it is not set for me not to save the password.

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1. Performed several times, did not solve the problem.
2. Suri on the ignorance, but what are the AV settings?
I checked in Firefox and there is not this problem. In any case, it is not set for me not to save the password.

 

2 - AV settings - ANTI-VIRUS

 

After your stuff, the things that are most recommended for you is this :

1. Download REVO - and remove the With REVO software

What is REVO - Software that removes other software deeply, including subfolders and keys from the registry

And so you remove the CHROM and REVO software and make sure that all the files and data related to the CHROM are deleted immediately from your computer, which does not happen with normal removal (because there are always folders and settings left on the computer of the software you deleted) with REVO On your computer will be deleted and so you can install again On the computer as if this is the first time you are installing

 

2. Then - restart the computer

 

3. Try to uninstall and reinstall Chrome,

 

4. Restart the computer again

 

5. Open Chrome - but do not sign in yet Yours in Chrome,

Check if it is OK or not

 

4. After checking if it is correct - enter the private Your into the chrome and try to see if the problem recurs

 

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