Thank you. Let's try this:
- Click the menu icon "≡" at the top right of the browser window, choose "Tools" and choose "Extensions" to open a new "Options" tab.
- Uncheck "Enabled" to disable an extension, or click "Remove" to delete it completely.
- Enter "chrome://plugins/" in Chrome's address bar to view plugins that add compatibility and functionality, such as Apple QuickTime or Adobe Flash,
- Click the "Disable" link under the plugin you want to disable.
Next, let's look at your default search engine:
From the extensions menu you were just visiting, click on “Settings” on the left hand side of the menu. A list of settings comes up, choose “Search.” A drop-down box lets you pick your favorite. If it’s not something recognizable like Google, Bing, or Yahoo!, then change it to whichever you prefer.
An optional follow-up step is to completely remove the offending search provider(s). Choose “Manage Search Providers” and all the way to the right of a provider’s name there will be an X. Click that, and the provider goes away.
As a final step, lets check the Home Page settings:
or this step, you’ll want to check two spots in Chrome:
First, visit the “On Startup” section in Chrome’s settings. If “open a specific page or set of pages” is the chosen option, click “set pages” and make sure none of them look strange; if they do, remove them and set them back to whatever you like.
Second, under the “Appearance” header in the settings, choose to show the home button. Again, if the page listed here looks weird to you, change it and you’re good to go.
Let's give these steps a try and let em know the results. If this does not resolve the problem then we will need to consider resetting your tablet to factory defaults.