Google Chrome page is unavailable

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My cousin said that I should use Google Chrome because it's faster than other browsers available today. I uninstalled my Mozilla Firefox and let Google Chrome do its thing. It worked perfectly for a few days, then suddenly the page didn't load when I tried to open it. I keep on getting a message that says there's an error on the page and the page would probably under maintenance.

I don't remember that I touched any of its settings. I'm starting to fall in love with this browser. Now it's giving me a problem. Please give me your suggestions. Thanks

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Answered By 0 points N/A #112581

Google Chrome page is unavailable

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Hello!

Let me see if I have understood you well. You said that Google Chrome has an error loading page and displays "there is an error on the page and it is currently under maintenance. You didn't specify what operating system you're using. You may try the following steps:

  • Check your anti-virus and firewall application as some like Symantec endpoint protection can prevent optimal operation of Google chrome.
  • Turn the application off and try starting Google Chrome. If it works, you will know they were the problem and set the exemption on your antivirus or firewall setting.
  • Once done, you can re-enable them. Examples of conflicting applications are Spyware Doctor, Comodo Firewall, McAfee Enterprises and its virus scans.
  • Try disabling your extension one after the other and see if one of them was causing them. This is done through clicking the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
  • Then select tools and then extensions.
  •  On the extension page, click disable for the extension you would like to be temporarily removed. You can go back to always enable or disable an extension.
  • Check for malware by the use of the latest virus search engines such as AVG anti-virus software, then remove the virus, if any.
  • Then try opening Google Chrome. If it still displays the same information, create a new user profile.
  • Exit Chrome.
  • Find the default folders. They are usually located in the following folders according to your operating system:

Windows XP: %USERPROFILE%Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser Data

Windows Vista and Windows 7: %LOCALAPPDATA%GoogleChromeUser Data

Mac OS X: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default

Linux: ~/.config / google-chrome/Default

  • Rename the folder as backup default, then restart Chrome.
  • If it still persists, clear your cache by moving the mouse over the "Clear Data" button and click on it.

Hope it helps.

Answered By 0 points N/A #112582

Google Chrome page is unavailable

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Hi,

I understand your concern, Jessica. I can help you with some steps to fix the issue with Google Chrome.

  • Like you said, Google Chrome is a good and user friendly application from Google.
  • Make sure your computer’s date and time is correct.
  • Confirm that your Firewall has rules to allow Google Chrome. In case if it does not have, you’ll need to manually create a new rule on your Firewall.
  • Please check if the Antivirus installed on your computer is not blocking the Google Chrome application.
  • Try resetting the internet settings on your computer and try again.
  • If this does not help, I suggest you to reinstall the Google chrome from the official website.
  • Download it from https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/browser/
Answered By 0 points N/A #112583

Google Chrome page is unavailable

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Yes, your cousin is correct. I also prefer to use Google Chrome more than any other browser. It is faster then normal browsers. However, you are having a default problem with it, as you said it was showing a “Page load Error” and the browser was crashing as a result of opening more tabs. Most of the time, I clear the cache, analyze the C drive with ccleaner, or restart the PC.

Then, it doesn't have any problems.

I hope this helps.

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