Question about Google Chrome
1. Check for malware
2. Clear your cookies
3. Make sure Google Chrome or Other Browsers are allowed in your antivirus and firewall settings
4. Adjust your proxy settings
Follow these steps (for Windows):
Click the Tools menu.
Click the Under the Hood tab.
Click Change proxy settings. This opens the Internet Properties dialog.
Click LAN Settings.
Make sure that the "Automatically detect settings" checkbox is selected.
Click OK for all dialog boxes
Hope it helps.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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