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This is what I did...or something like it
I don't know if it was associated, but I also ended up with another program called 1ClickDownloader. I removed that. If there was a program in my control panel uninstall programs list, I removed it.
Removed some file called Perion, which I read somewhere online (maybe even this thread) that said it was associated. I had also removed any residual folders called Incredibar or MyStart.
I changed my default search engine in Google Chrome. Managed Add-ons.
Deleted Chrome, because when I ran Task Manager, MyStart showed up and when I opened the file location, it was my Google application.
Used IE. Managed add-ons there where Bing and MyStart showed up in the Search Providers. Removed MyStart.
I opened msconfig from start menu, as delineated in a MS KB for cleaning up the registry. Basically, I did a selective start, but it didn't seem to make a difference, possibly having removed all files associated with it.
I'm still a little afraid that it's still there, but I reinstalled Chrome and it seems fine.
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