In this tutorial, learn how to fix Err Connection Reset on Chrome browser.
Err Connection Reset Chrome: It means that the website you’re attempting to access cannot establish a connection with the destination website. In certain cases, you may get the following error “this webpage is not available. ERR_CONNECTION_RESET“. If you are using the latest Web protocols to ensure the privacy of our users, some systems and anti-viruses do not support those protocols. Hence this error will occur.
How To Fix Err Connection Reset on Chrome Browser
Method 1. Disable your anti-virus and firewall
Sometimes your Firewall or Antivirus software can cause the error Err Connection Reset on Chrome, so to fix this problem I highly recommend you disable your anti-virus and firewall.
Method 2. Setup Maximum Transmission Unit
Step 1. Press Windows Key + R then put “ncpa.cpl” and press Enter.
Step 2. Now, you need to remember the name of your Active Wireless Network Connection.
Step 3. Open Command Prompt run as Administrator.
Step 4. Type the following command in Command Prompt window and press Enter
netsh interface IPv4 set subinterface “your name Network Connection” mtu=1472 store=persitent
Step 5. Reboot the machine then check if the Err Connection Reset error is resolved.
Method 3: Clearing Browsers Cache
Step 1. Open your Google Chrome browser.
Step 2. On the upper right side, you will see the 3 layer lines and click More tools > Clear browsing data.
Step 3. Check Cookies and other site and plugin data, Cached images and files and Hosted app data.
Step 4. Click the Clear browsing data button.
Method 4. By Netsh Winsock Reset Command
Step 1. Open Command Prompt as run administrator.
Step 2. When Command Prompt window, type the following and press Enter:
netsh int ip reset
netsh winsock reset
Step 3. Reboot the machine.
Method 5. Disable Proxy
Step 1. Press Windows Key + R then put “inetcpl.cpl” and press enter to open Internet Properties.
Step 2. Switch to Connections tab and click LAN settings.
Step 3. Uncheck Use a Proxy Server for your LAN and check Automatically detect settings.
Step 4. Click Ok > Apply.
Hope something helps you.