By default, Google Chrome is using the sock/proxy settings of your computer as its own settings. It does not have any built-in sock/proxy settings like in Mozilla Firefox.
So if you had used any proxies before and forgot to turn off it in the LAN configuration of your computer, it may be a cause that can cause this error.
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To resolve this issue, go to Control Panel, and click on the Internet Options.
, there are four reasons can cause this error in Google Chrome, they are:
- Your internet connection is disabled or interrupted.
- Your ISP blocks specific websites.
- Firewall blocks specific websites.
- Old registry entries.