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Results5google whenever i click a link in google, it will open it in a new tab (which i don't mind) and then it will say about:blank for about 2 or 3 seconds then say http://results5.google.com/ for about 2 seconds, then redirect me to some other website thats nothing like what i wanted. I have no errors, no extensions installed... why is this happening :( it's been happening for quite some time but not all the time with the same address (http://results5.google.com/) earlier this month it cam up with http://results.ive ran anti virus and anti malware scans but it dont help with the problem please help

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    thanks. i did try that but it didnt help i ended up doing a restore which seemed to have done the trick

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3.Click Yes to set this as your home page.

Google Chrome:
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