# Windows – How to detect what causes Chrome to open a tab for “http://eaes.2track.info/” each time I search something in the address bar

How can I detect what causes Chrome to open a tab for "http://eaes.2track.info/" each time I search something in the address bar?

Interestingly this only happens for the first few searches I do after starting the Windows. Afterward it doesn't open a tab for "http://eaes.2track.info/" anymore.

Some details:

• I use Windows 7 SP1 x64 Ultimate.
• I don't see anything suspicious in Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features. Only Chrome is affected: Internet Explorer and Firefox are fine. Chrome with incognito mode is also working fine.
• Avast isn't complaining about anything
• Looking at chrome://settings/searchEngines, the address bar uses Google with {google:baseURL}search?q=%s&{google:RLZ}{google:originalQueryForSuggestion}{google:assistedQueryStats}{google:searchFieldtrialParameter}{google:iOSSearchLanguage}{google:searchClient}{google:sourceId}{google:contextualSearchVersion}ie={inputEncoding}, which seems fine to me.
• I have noticed a few bookmark icons changing to (WM is expected, but the icon before it changed).
• Running chrome://settings/safetyCheck doesn't show any issue with the extensions.
• C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc just contains one line of NUL characters (probably got nuked by some non-malicious crapware some time ago).
• I have the extension "Auto Refresh" (ID=ifooldnmmcmlbdennkpdnlnbgbmfalko) but it isn't loaded. I assume this means it doesn't run.