I will. I may have to delete my bookmarks. I am coming to believe the bookmarks and cookies that are backed up into the cloud have been infected. Hence, when "synced" with the new chrome installation, the infection returns.
Yes that is very likely.
Bookmarks, maybe safe, I'm not sure but cookies, yes that can be a problem, as well as the browser cache.
You'll have to wipe out EVERY BIT of your Chrome software.
Otherwise consider a different browser. Firefox has been very good for me. (Mac user)
Be aware that it's completely possible you may have to completely wipe and re-install everything on your computer in order to rid yourself of the malware. It's extreme but the only way to be sure. (yes, it's a super king pain to do that. I'm sorry.)
Well, there's one more. Maybe you can hook up a fresh hard drive, do a clean install of your OS and browser, carefully port all your other programs over one at a time, switch the new HD to be your main startup drive (is that still called the C drive? ) THEN wipe your original drive. It would be a lot of work, doing the research to see where all the bits and pieces necessary to run things are but it's faster than an overall fresh install.
The good thing is, a multi-Tbyte drive is dirt cheap nowadays. Good lord it's scary how cheap they are!
That's about all I can think of, I had a friend I could go to for this sort of thing but he died (far, far too early) so, good luck.