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Chrome is not connecting to Internet


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#1 Hareen

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Posted 22 November 2017 - 11:49 PM

Hi everyone,

 

All (almost all) systems in my network are unable to access internet when browsed via chromium based engines viz Chrome. Also the same with Vivaldi browser.

I tried browsing in incognito mode in which the browsing worked yesterday but today it did not work.

Also some times there are issues with internet explorer.Sometimes only not all the time though. I did not check with all the websites here.

 

But all sites and browsing is flawless via Firefox on all systems.

 

I have tried resetting my WiFi router. When I reset the router the chrome connections are working fine but immediately after a minute they are not working.

I have used chrome reset tool.

I turned off the firewall by Kaspersky to check if it is fixed, nothing happened.

I uninstalled all the VPN software in my system thinking there might be an issue with them, still did not work.

 

The error being displayed at the moment is "ERR_PROXY_CONNECTION_FAILED"

 

I am using an Windows 10 Pro while all my network systems use a Windows 7 Ultimate with all windows updates installed.

 

So what do you suggest me to do?

 

If you require any other information, for resolving the issue, let me know.

 

Also pardon me for any blunders in the English language.

 

 



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#2 Hareen

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Posted 23 November 2017 - 05:08 AM

Well I got the issue resolved.

 

Hopefully it may not arise again.

 

The solution was going into LAN settings and Unmark Automatically detect settings.

 

A more elongated path is

 

Chrome → Settings → Settings in the left pane → Advanced → System → Open Proxy Settings → Then Internet Properties pops up

 

In Internet Properties → LAN Settings → Then Mark / Unmark Automatically detect settings.


Edited by Hareen, 23 November 2017 - 05:20 AM.





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