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Error 105 indicates that Chrome can't find a DNS server.
Without a DNS server, a browser can't find a web page using a domain name (such as google.com) and therefore cannot surf the web.
If you have another browser, such as Edge, Internet Explorer, or Firefox and they cannot reach google.com either, then you are either not connected to a network with internet access or your browser has been hijacked.
If you are on a windows computer, use Windows+R or click in the Run box on your start menu and type cmd to pull up a command window. type >ping google.com and hit enter... if it pings the address successfully, then you have DNS and your browser has been clobbered.
Otherwise try connecting to another network, contact your network administrator, or examine your TCP/IP settings for your current network adapter and set your Preferred DNS server to 188.8.131.52 (google's DNS server) and the Alternate DNS to 184.108.40.206 (also google). This should give you access to the whole internet via domain names.
First check your connection. If you have unstable or slow connection, it might be the cause.
Second, use other browsers. Sometimes Google Chrome or Firefox loads slowly. So try it on other web browsers.
Third, it's the Ninja Saga server who has the problem.
Google Chrome may not be using a proxy from your ISP odds are that it is not so you will have to go into the tools and options and then select connections section and disable the connection for proxy server usage just un check it not to use any proxy servers that is what is going on. I hope that this assisted you. Thanks for using FixYa! John
1. Go on start menu and find "control panel" 2. Once you've clicked on "control panel" click on "network and sharing centre" 3. Click on "view full map" 4. Check it says "computer name"(Or your name, Or what ever you saved it as) > "Server name" (again what ever you saved it as) > "Internet" 5. If it does not say internet go onto your browser and type in your IP/server code for example 220.127.116.11 this should allow you to administrate your connection.
6. If your wireless make sure it's picking up the signal.
If this does not work please contact your server provider. Hope I helped Dr Reed
If you're using Firefox, click on "Tools" at the top of the page, click
on "Options" which is at the bottom of the list that comes up, then
click Advanced, choose Network from the four tabs below that. There
should be a sentence "configure how Firefox connects to the Internet".
Click on the button next to it that says "settings". and make sure that
"Auto-detect proxy settings for this network" has a dot in the little
circle. If not, click on it and click on OK. You may have to shut down Firefox (your internet browser programme), then try getting in again. Should have sorted it.