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When chrome starts, whenever I open a new tab and start surfing, the tab in which I have the focus gets refreshed to Every time I change, after 1 or 2 secs it gets back to When I change the tab, the same behaviour starts occurring in this tab. When I go to the configuration pages, the same happens, I can't change the config since the tab gets reloaded to google. I tryed starting chrome without extensions from the console and I still have the same issue.

Any idea?

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Disable all Chrome extensions and, if it helps, then try enabling them one by one before you encounter the problematic extension. – Desmond Hume Mar 2 '13 at 13:20
I've already tried that! – Jordi P.S. Mar 2 '13 at 13:23
Ok, sorry. Only if you could put C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default folder into an archive and upload it somewhere so that I could take a look, but it could compromise you privacy. However, if you clear all privacy data by doing Ctrl+Shift+Delete, checking all the checkboxes, clicking "Clear browsing data" button, then exporting all your bookmarks and then deleting all the bookmarks from Chrome, you could consider uploading the Default folder to let me or other people help you. At least now you know which folder to delete if you decide to re-install Chrome. – Desmond Hume Mar 2 '13 at 13:57

I was able to resolve this inside Chrome Version 48.0 (Running on Windows 7) by performing the following steps.

  1. Open the Chrome browser and navigate to chrome://flags
  2. Search on the page for "Enable tab discarding"
  3. Set this flag to "Disabled"
  4. Restart Chrome.
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