I'm really sorry for the trouble that this caused you so far, but we'll solve this nice and easy
First of all, it's recommended that you stick with the (r)evolution
version, since it's the less error prone and the most intuitive.
The installer for this version checks for the Chrome installation but there have been some cases, like yours, where Chrome is actually installed but there's no key in the Windows Registry saying so.
We overcome this by providing an Installer that does not check for the Chrome Installation.
However, Windows needs to be able to launch Chrome on it's own, which it'll probably be, even in this cases.
Nevertheless, you can give it a manual try:1.
Open the console:
- type cmd
on the search box of the Windows Menu.2.
- run the following command: start chrome
- It should open Google Chrome
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
asking for this Installer (I don't have your e-mail).
If the start chrome
command doesn't work or if you have any other doubts, you can also send an e-mail with this.