There is a network protocol error – Google chrome

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Hi Friends,

I am using a system with windows XP. Recently I recently upgraded to service pack 2. I downloaded and installed Google Chrome as my browser. I tried accessing the internet but I am facing an error message.

There is a network protocol error. Kindly help me in resolving the issue so that I can access the internet.

Thanks.

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There is a network protocol error – Google chrome

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Hi there user:

I think your Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox Explorer are working fine, except for chrome. Click the option on the Google Chrome Spanner. Browse down to find and check the box of ‘Use SSL 2.0.’

Restart your Google Chrome and all is fine.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #195093

There is a network protocol error – Google chrome

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Hi there: these days all web browsers including google chrome come with many user configurable settings. I would suggest to first of all upgrade your chrome to latest version (version 24). Try again, if the problem persists, please go to settings menu by clicking on the small icon (three parallel lines ) in the up right hand corner. It will open up a menu, choose Settings , fifth option from bottom. A page will open up, scroll down to the bottom and select Advanced Settings. Scroll down the page a bit and select Change Proxy Settings under Network heading. Select the Advanced tab and scroll down to the Security section. Make sure that Use SSL 3.0 and Use TLS 1.0 are checked. Restart the browser. All should be fine. If the problem still persists, you may try resetting the router as well. Please remember that browsers need a successful SSL handshake before they can go ahead and display the content.  If other browsers eg IE or Firefox are working fine for you, then it is definitely a settings issue. Hope that helps.

 

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