1. Change default time-out setting
- Go to Search, type regedit, and open Registry Editor.
- Navigate to the following path:
- In this subkey, add a DWORD, and name it ReceiveTimeout, and set its value to <number of seconds>*100. For example, if you want the time-out duration to be 8 minutes, set the value of the ReceiveTimeout entry to 480000 (<480>*1000).
- Restart the computer.
2. Adjust LAN Settings
- Go to Search, type internet options, and open Internet Options.
- Go to Connections tab, and then to LAN Settings.
- Uncheck Automatically Detect Settings, and Use Proxy Server for your LAN.
- Restart your computer.
3. Edit Windows 10 Hosts File
- Go to this location: C:WindowsSystem32driversetc.
- Find hots file, right-click on it, and open it with Notepad.
- At the very bottom of the file, check if there are any sites listed
- If there are any sites listed, just delete them
- Save the hosts file
4. Renew DNS and IP
To reset DNS cache, and IP address, do the following:
- Right-click on the Start Menu, and choose Command Prompt (Admin).
- Add the following commands, and press Enter after entering each one:
- After the process is finished, restart your computer
5. Disable problematic extensions
- In your browser click the Menu icon in the top right corner. Choose More tools > Extensions.
- List of extensions will now appear. Disable all extensions by unchecking the Enabled checkbox next to the extension name.
- After disabling all extensions, restart your browser and check if the problem still appears. If not, you’ll have to enable extensions one by one until you find the one that is causing this error to appear.
6. Reset your browser to default
- Click on the Menu icon in the top right corner and choose Settings.
- When the Settings tab opens, scroll all the way down and click on Advanced.
- Locate the Reset option and click it.
- The confirmation message will now appear. Click on Reset to proceed.
7. Run your browser in Compatibility mode
- Locate your browser’s shortcut and right-click it. Choose Properties from the menu.
- When the Properties window opens, navigate to Compatibility tab and check Run this program in compatibility mode for and select an older version of Windows.
- Now click on Apply and OK to save changes.
8. Remove Trusteer Rapport
To fix the issue, users are recommending to completely uninstall Trusteer Rapport. After removing the application, the issue should be completely resolved.
9. Make sure that you’re using the 64-bit version of your browser
we recommend removing your browser and install the 64-bit version instead. After doing that, the problem should be completely resolved.
You might be able to fix the problem simply by restarting your router.
11. Make sure that your browser is up to date
To fix the problem, be sure that your browser is up to date. To check for updates in your browser, do the following:
- Click on the Menu icon in the top right corner and choose Help > About Google Chrome.
- Your browser will now check for updates and install them automatically.
12. Clear your browsing data
- Click the Menu button and select Settings. When the Settings tab opens, scroll all the way down and click on Advanced.
- Scroll down to the Privacy and Security section and click on Clear browsing data.
- Set Clear the following items from to the beginning of time.
- Make sure that Browsing history, Cached images and files, Cookies and other site data and Hosted app data options are checked.
- Now click on Clear browsing data button.
13. Use Google’s DNS
- Press Windows Key + R and enter ncpa.cpl. Press Enter or click OK.
- Network Connections window will now appear. Right-click on your network connection and choose Properties from the menu.
- Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TPC/IPv4) and click on Properties.
- When the Properties window opens, select Use the following DNS server addresses. Now enter 184.108.40.206 as Preferred DNS and 220.127.116.11 as Alternate DNS server. Click OK to save changes.
14. Disable IPv6
- Follow Steps 1 and 2 from the previous solution.
- When the Properties window opens, locate Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) on the list and uncheck it. Now click on OK to save changes.
- After doing that, restart your PC to apply the changes.
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