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Sorry, I thought you said SOME message was displayed.
If you have indexing turned on (if you didn't turn it off, it is on) then after uninstalling Chrome, type "Google" into the start menu search bar and delete everything that appears. Then do the same thing but by typing "Chrome" into the search bar.
EDIT: also, make sure you are doing this after uninstalling, but before reinstalling.
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