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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well there are several things why your google chrome does not work. here are some tips:
check if you have another browser other than google such as internet explorer, netscape, firefox , determine if you have internet access
If it has, then uninstall/ reinstall your google chrome..
If it does not then check your physical connections on your pc
check the lights on the modem / router if it is all lit, if it doesnot , contact your modem/router provider. If it works, then proceed to next step:
Then type the "ipconfig" command on the command prompt by clicking start > all programs > accessories > then click command prompt
if the IP address starts with 0.0.0.0 or 169.xx.xx.xx consult your Internet service provider, if it is 192.xx.xx.xx then proceed to next step:
Type the ip address 192.xx.xx.xx on the internet browser, if it replied , then configure your router settings to make sure that the other ip addresses would work on the internet browser. Then type www.google.com or www.yahoo.com if it work. If symptom persist, consult your internet service provider.
Hope this help....
Posted on May 09, 2010
A sudden "error 102" from Chrome while Firefox continues to work is a very common sign of a hijacked system.
Some solutions to an "error 102" from the Chrome website include:
checking for malware clearing your Google Chrome cookies making sure Chrome is excepted in the firewall settings ensuring correct proxy settings
Because FF works and Chrome doesn't, I would think that some malware has adjusted your proxy settings in Chrome. This is relatively common.
Go to Control Panel, click Internet Options. Under the Connections Tab, click the button "LAN Settings". Make sure the "Automatically Detect Settings" box is checked. Make sure the "Use a proxy server for your LAN" is UNCHECKED. Hit "OK" and all that jazz to make sure your settings stick.
If you still have a problem, make sure your computer is completely clean, clear all your cookies and stuff, and check for any programs that might be blocking Chrome's access (firewalls and antispyware). Hope this helps somebody!
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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