Error 2 in my Google Chrome

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Very well, this has been really a day of bad luck. Only when I have tried to sail along the Internet with my Google Chrome, number of error 2 showed, with a small yellow triangle and a black sign of exclamation in its interior. My equipment is executed on Windows XP. I tried to navigate with Internet Explorer 6 and I cannot look this way.

Really I need my surfing. I did one I begin again and nothing changes. Also I tried to analyze my equipment with my CA antivirus, but I did not find anything that my equipment can damage.

Really I hope that someone can help me to solve this problem.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #116140

Error 2 in my Google Chrome

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Hey, Trick here!

It seems to me that there is a problem with your connection since you can't browse too using Internet Explorer 6. What you can try to do is reinstall your TCP/IP. Here's how to do it:

  1. Click Start and go to Control Panel.
  2. Go to Network and Internet Connections then to Internet Connections.
  3. Right click on your Network connection and choose Properties.
  4. Click the Install button and select Protocol, click the Add button then Have Disk button.
  5. In the Copy Manufacturer Files From text box, go ahead and type C:windowsinf and click OK.
  6. Select Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) and click OK.
  7. Restart your computer.
Answered By 0 points N/A #116141

Error 2 in my Google Chrome

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In this case, you can either reinstall your browser or change your settings to the previous one. If you have made any change in your settings,  then try to recover them and make your settings default. It is also possible that your settings may be changed by some virus or by some programs.  In this case,  you can set them to your default values and then it will work fine.

You can also change your settings by:

  • going to START and then to Control panel.  
  • There, select Network and internet connections
  • Go to its properties.
  • Next you have to add a protocol– a way to define the net way how will it be used.  You can define it by adding a path to your network.
  • You select protocol and then you click on install.  
  • Next, select the Have disk button and give the location as C:windowsinf ,
  • Click ok.  When you reboot your system, your problem will be solved.

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