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Chrome Error 105

After installing Google Chrome, opened it, tried to open a few websites, but kept seeing error 105 -
Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found. This webpage is not available.

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  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    i got the prob in windows7

  • orasca Feb 26, 2009

    Google Chrome, IE7, FireFox3, Safari running on Vista Ultimate 32bit all show the same issue.

    Notron is set to Allow All for GC and IE and still fails.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2009

    I have the same problem, but my internet security is Symantec. Anyone know how to fix the problem if I'm using Symantec?


  • enigma257 Apr 09, 2009

    Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED)... on google chrome ....plz help me solve this problem

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    But it also happens with Internet Explorer. And i don't use Norton. I have Trend Micro. So these solutions are not valid.

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    I get the 105 error randomly. When I get it, I can't use Chrome or IE. I use XP and WIFI.

  • adams_brayan Apr 30, 2009

    After installing Google Chrome, opened it, tried to open a few websites, but kept seeing error 105 -
    Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found. This webpage is not available.
    I even tried in mozilla firefox and internet explorer, it was the same problem now i can't connect to the internetat all.




  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2009

    Any time i try to open a side it says error 105

  • ajoe7 May 01, 2009

    It started with Firefox 3.0.1 crashing constantly. Then my Norton wouldn't update correctly, so I went through their Help Support and they interactively uninstalled my Window's IE8, reinstalled it, and then did the same with my Norton to the latest update. Firefox still wouldn't stay open more than 30 minutes, so I uninstalled it and switched to Google Chrome. Then I started having problems with Java and Flash on websites. Now I can't connect on any program, iTunes, Safari, IE, Google Chrome or Norton Anti-Virus. My wireless connection is excellent and every other computer in the house (XP, Vista or Mac) can all connect.

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Go into the Tools area, select Options, then in the Privacy section, turn off DNS pre-fetching. Worked well for me.

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  • berndroggenk Jan 23, 2011

    p......n de d...... on commence à en avoir marre, quoi! on en a rien à f....... des pages web sécurisées, du cryptage 128byts, pare-feu, anti-virus et autres anti-malwares. nous, ce qu'on veut: que ça fonctionne. la faute à qui? ces cretins d'americains qui achetent via le net, alors à ce moment la tu interresse les hackers.et prennent le controle de ton pc, histoire de copier ta carte de credit....

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    i cant find it

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Norton is known to bug chrome. Try the following

  • Open Norton Internet Security
  • Click on Personal Firewall and click on Configure
  • Click on the Programs Tab and scrolled down to Chrome.exe
  • Change it to say "Permit All"
  • Open Chrome

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

  • keimanzero Oct 30, 2010

    I tried this afroxav but I have Norton 360 IS and AV and it's all different but I went to Manage Firewall and clicked on Uncommon Protocols. All the entries had already been enabled so after disabling firewall until reboot I disabled all under uncommon protocols and then immediately enabled all of them. Then I closed all windows and rebooted. That re-enabled firewall protection and the Error 105 was gone. Now I gotta do the same with Firefox, Opera and IE9 (Beta). Thanks for the tips though. Hope this helps other Chrome users with Norton 360 installed. Hae a great day tomorrow. Sayonara for now- K

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1. uninstall the google chrome 2. install the google chrome again 3. go to setting 4. click options 5. tab under the hood 6. click change proxy setting 7. click lan settings 8. uncheck use a proxy server for your Lan 9. reload webpage 10. DONE!
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The Chrome error 105 is probably caused by your security program (in my case it was Norton Internet Security) might be blocking Chrome.

These are the step you have to take to fix Chrome error 105 if you are running Norton Internet Security

1. Launch Norton Internet Security
2. Personal Firewall > Configure
3. Choose the Programs Tab and scrolled down to Chrome.exe.
4. Changed it so it shows "Permit All"
5. Launch Chrome and check if the spell was able to solve error 105.

Good luck.

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Im using google crome....i have same problem(Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found)....i,m using ESET SMART SECURITY...please give me answer....im using google crome??

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Enter ip addres  subnetmask  default gateway preferred dns server  alternate dns server  u can get internet 100% 

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Keep in mind that Chrome is still new - try re-installing Chrome

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Error 105 chk the LAN CARD once. If with chrome uninstall chrome and reinstall the same

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Hi,
Go to Run or Press Window key + R then type CMD in textbox and press Enter key.
Type the command : netsh winsock reset catalog in command prompt (CMD) and press Enter.
Then type this command: netsh int ip reset reset.log and press enter key.
After finishing the process restart the computer and now check for error, is it resolved or not.

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WHY ANY BLOGSPOT SITE'S ARE NOT OPEN IN MOZILLA,IE BUT ONLY ON OPERA I CAN SURF THIS SITE EASLY I AM USING AIRCEL GPRS IN INDIA VIA MOBILE, MY SITE NAME IS WWW.MYCREATIVEARTS.BLOGSPOT.COM PLS TEL ME SOMETHING I FOUND THIS Error 105

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If you are using Nortom Anto Virus try to disable the personal firewall in Norton. Then enable the Windows Firewall.

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Finally Format the PC and reconnect all

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Check the error you're receiving If you can load the webpage using another browser, but not Google Chrome, check the exact error you're getting by clicking the More information on this error link on the page. The rest of the solutions listed in this article are relevant if you're experiencing any of the following errors:
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Clear your cookies
Cookies are files created by websites you've visited to store browsing information, such as your preferences for the website or profile information. A corrupted cookie file may be causing this error to show up. Follow these steps to clear your cookies (for Windows):
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Clear your cookies


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