Google Chrome attacks other browsers

I have Firefox installed on my Windows 7 Professional X64; as Chrome doesn't accept websites that use Java. Therefore, I have to use Firefox to access those sights. The Problem: I have tried to set Firefox as the default browser, but each time I access Firefox, a Google Chrome pages shows up.
There must be a way to stops this. (I particularly seem to recall that even with Chrome uninstalled, Firefox still showed a Google Chrome page). Can anyone tell me how to stop Chrome so that I can use other browsers.  Please!  
Thanks, GadgetDude
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
You would have to show us what you're talking about.  I don't know what "Google Chrome page" is.  I have Firefox, Chrome, and IE installed on at least 10 of my Windows computers and they don't conflict.
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jcimarronCommented:
GadgetDude--
Control Panel|Default Programs|"Set your default  programs"|in Programs list set some other browser as Default.

I also have all three browsers installed and IE is set as default.  No nags from Chrome.
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GadgetDudeAuthor Commented:
I must apparently give the "politically correct" response as, today, no one can accept the slightest frustration, doubt or criticism without being "offended." As Shakespeare has said, I give to all members: "Methinks thou doth protest too much." (And I include myself in this.) Therefore, in a spirit of kindness, I will simply say: Thank You!
Blessings! GadgetDude
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