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LastPass Extension not enabled after installation in Chrome

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

After a long time of not blogging I figured I would share my issue with a recent LastPass re-installation now that I have my new super nerdy machine.

I installed LastPass as I have normally on the past 5 computers I've used, but for whatever reason Chrome wasn't like the recent install. I'm running Chrome on Windows 7 x64. I tried reinstalling a number of times, repairing, using different options, but the popup to install the extension was still not working.

I ended up digging into the directory structure looking for a .crx file (Chrome Extension) and found it.

Simply copy C:\Program Files (x86)\LastPass\lpchrome.crx into the window and install away.

Chromin' Tom Out.

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