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Probably because of that Delta toolbar included in the installer. You also can't choose not to have it (even unticking all the boxes still has "By clicking Next you accept the License Agreement of Delta Toolbar"). That's why I asked for an archive version
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Old 28th June 2013, 01:28 PM
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Probably because of that Delta toolbar included in the installer. You also can't choose not to have it (even unticking all the boxes still has "By clicking Next you accept the License Agreement of Delta Toolbar"). That's why I asked for an archive version
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Thx 4 the tip as I can't remember, but I think I left that box checked just to be nice to zilmar.
Glad to know it wouldn't make a difference XD
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Probably because of that Delta toolbar included in the installer. You also can't choose not to have it (even unticking all the boxes still has "By clicking Next you accept the License Agreement of Delta Toolbar"). That's why I asked for an archive version
I did see someone post a better archived version on another forum, whether or not that link can be shared here is another story. Not sure why someone did it, but I did see one floating around.
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Old 28th June 2013, 08:08 PM
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LMAO!


Thx 4 the tip as I can't remember, but I think I left that box checked just to be nice to zilmar.
Glad to know it wouldn't make a difference XD
I did donate to Project64 during the 1.7 beta period, surely that's being nice

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I did see someone post a better archived version on another forum, whether or not that link can be shared here is another story. Not sure why someone did it, but I did see one floating around.
Found it thanks.
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Old 28th June 2013, 08:48 PM
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Probably because of that Delta toolbar included in the installer. You also can't choose not to have it (even unticking all the boxes still has "By clicking Next you accept the License Agreement of Delta Toolbar"). That's why I asked for an archive version
No, the dialog boxes are just set up to be intentionally confusing. Untick all the boxes, and then in the thing that comes up that says "By clicking next you agree to all our bullshit", the gray button in the lower left says SKIP, not cancel. Click it, and it will truthfully skip the damn bloatware install.
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Anyone know a decent set of settings for San Francisco Rush 2049? This game has always had bad sound.
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And that is hard to do why?
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Why does the installer get detected as adware?
I'm getting the same thing. Avast stopped Chrome from downloading this, saying it contained Win32:Toolbar-O [Adw] ... does it include a (hopefully optional) toolbar or is this another case of anti virus reporting "potentially unwanted programs"?
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