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Google Chrome Not Connecting To Internet (Fixed)

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Chrome Not Connecting To Internet

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Is Your Google Chrome not connecting to internet? There are a lot of potential culprits that could be causing your problems such as faulty internet connections. In this guide, we will show you the easiest way to fix Internet problem in your google chrome (Also works in other web browsers).

Note: If your Google Chrome doesn’t have any internet issue, but it is slow. Follow these 9 simple ways to get rid of slow Google Chrome.




Solution 1: Change the DNS Address:


1. Right click on Network icon and click Open Network and Sharing Center.


Open Network and Sharing Center


2. Click “Change adapter settings” (top left side).


Change adapter settings


3. Now right click on your active Network Connection (WiFi, LAN, Ethernet, etc.) and click on Properties.


internet properties


4. Select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” and click Properties.


ipv 4 setting in windows


5. Click Use the following DNS server addresses: and add below server addresses and click OK.


  • Preferred DNS Server:
  • Alternate DNS Server:


DNS server address in windows


Solution 2: Using CMD (Command Prompt):

1. Run CMD as an administrator.


open cmd in windows 10


2. Now Run the below commands one by one.

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /all

ipconfig /flushdns

ipconfig /renew

netsh int ip set dns

netsh winsock reset

Now Restart your PC. The Internet should work now.


Solution 3: Reset Chrome to Default:

1. Copy/Type chrome://flags/ in address bar and press Enter.


2.  Click “Reset all to default” button (Right Side) and Relaunch Google Chrome.  That’s it. It should definitely work now.

reset chrome




Solutions 1,2,3 also applicable to  DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG in Chrome.

Solutions 1,2,3 also applicable to err_name_resolution_failed in Chrome.

Solution 1,2 also applicable to ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED in Chrome.

Solution 2 also applicable to  DNS Lookup Failed Error in Chrome:

How To Fix ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED in Chrome: 


Solution 1: Restart Modem or Internet Device:

Restart your Internet Connection modem, ethernet, wireless, or mobile hotspot. This solution is working mostly. So disconnect internet, restart your Internet device and connect again.


Solution 2: Flush DNS Settings:

Open CMD (Command Prompt) as an administrator.

Now Run  ipconfig /flushdns


ip flush in cmd


Solution 3: Reset IP/TCP:

Open CMD as an administrator and run Below commands.

netsh int ip set dns

netsh winsock reset

That’s it. You are done.


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