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Hello sir/mam, my opinion to your problem has may options. first of all, we have to make sure that your laptop is not infected by any virus, they can really do those things, better run any antivirus software. second try to download other browsers. the likes of firefox or google chrome. this is analternative to your current web browser and i see the need to reinstall your OS. its always wise to operate a laptop that is clean. do all of these and your laptop will last a lifetime. any other questions feel free to ask me. thanks
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
That sounds like either a virus or a corrupt program, I suggest downloading Avast - free home edition at
to get rid of any viruses. If the software you use to browse the internet has somehow become corrupt you'll be wanting to reinstall it, i suggest using mozilla firefox, found here, www.mozilla.com/firefox/
That should do it, good luck
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Toolbar extensions Search providers and Accelerators you have if don't need any of them you can disable or remove them.
alsoo Remove Cookies in Google Chrome
Anytime you enter a search query into the Google search engine or navigate to a website in the Google Chrome web browser, a file called a cookie is saved on your computer.
Cookies contain small portions of data that make web pages load more quickly, but they can also be used to find out what sites you are visiting and can even sometimes contain malicious code.
You can remove the cookies to keep your browsing history private.
Click the wrench icon at the upper-right corner of the Google Chrome web browser.
Scroll down and click "Options."
Navigate to the "Under The Hood" tab and find "Privacy."
Scroll down and click "Show Cookies" under the "Cookie Settings" heading.
Find the specific cookie you want to remove in the list of saved cookies.
Click the name of the cookie and then click "Remove."
Click the "Remove All" button at the bottom of the window if you want to remove all the saved cookies.
Click "Close" to save the changes and close the window.
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