Get diconnected while surfing Tags: Hewlett Packard Laptops Last response: January 7, 2013 5:02 PM in Laptops & Notebooks Share manju mehta January 7, 2013 5:12:33 AM Hello, i hv a HP comp,so far i had never had a prob, for the last few days, the moment i click on a link to open, window shuts down. what cud be the cause and sollution to resaolve this problem? thanks in advance! rgds manju More about : diconnected surfing Reply to manju mehta Anonymous January 7, 2013 5:02:17 PM So your using an internet browser, you open a link, and the window closes with the link you just opened? If so, sounds likes some kind of malware. If all of your programs are behaving like that, you'll need to startup in safe mode and try to figure out what task/service is the one causing the issue. A free antivirus program may be helpful. Reply to Anonymous m 0 l Ask the community Post an answer Related resources Random Static Boxes while surfing the desktop and browsers Forum Monitor screen ripples while playing games/surfing. Forum Sudden artifacting while surfing, minimal use of laptop. Forum Sudden artifacting while surfing, minimal use of laptop. Forum BSOD While Surfing or running programs that consumes much memory Forum My cursor freezes everytime, while i surfing on the web, sometimes it restart. Forum About my AMD FX-8350 32c-43c while surfing the net Forum Random BSODs while surfing the net / startup / shutdown Forum High memory usage while surfing flash enabled sites like facebook Forum Eyefinity required for watching movies while surfing? Forum High Pitch Sound Through USB Headphones While Surfing Web and Apps Forum E4600: 60c and up while surfing. Forum Audio card sound effected by IE (music while surfing NOISY) Forum PC Locking UP while surfing..opinions needed. Forum Why does my chrome browser lag while I surf the internet? Forum How much gb is used while one surfs the net Forum Running Orthos in the background while I surf? Bad Idea? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !