On post #31 I was asked to do just that. Now I did it again and got the same results. I'll show you the steps I took so you can see if I did it right.
1 - Using the computer at my workplace I went to the website www.google.com/dashboard ;
2 - There I logged into my account and open the tab "Chrome Sync";
3 - I clicked on "Manage Chrome Sync";
4 - I clicked on "Reset sync";
5 - At home I turned on my computer on safe mode and completely uninstalled Chrome;
6 - I unplugged my router from the energy and waited a couple of minutes for its ROM to erase;
6 - I reset the computer on safe mode with network connection and using IE I downloaded Chrome;
7 - I installed Chrome and opened the browser;
8 - Before logging into my account I could already see ads on any page.
I also have two informations that might be useful:
First - I tried to get some screenshots of the iPad's ads that are appearing. I updated Chrome Browser App and couldn't find the ads anymore. The ads were all Android OS related and behaved similarly to the ads I find in the computer. I'm not sure if they are gone forever from the iPad after I updated Chrome or if they are gone just for a while. Since the ads on the PC always come and go I'll keep checking if they are back and will keep you informed.
Second - I told you on another post that my friend's computer also got infected. Some time ago I was still wondering if the malware was stored in the Flash Drive holding the backup of my files so I asked him to help me to transfer my documents. He connected his computer through the network using the Windows command prompt and passed me the files. Even though my computer was offline right after being formated his computer got the malware the same day. Since than he ended buying a new HD and after installing the OS he didn't see the ads appear. He was using Firefox but as soon as he installed and logged into Google Chrome the ads appeared and infected all the other browsers. This pretty much confirms that the malware is coming from Chrome.
Thanks for all the help.