Question about Google Computers & Internet
Hi, I am looking over to troubleshoot my frequent Google chrome errors on my MAC device. The technical support numbers over the internet ask for a nominal fees to troubleshoot my browser problem. Can I get a free consultation over this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If its a cache related problem, try clearing your browser's cache. Also try flushing your DNS. Open a command prompt and type:
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Some sites attempted include: google.com, msn.com, engadget.com
I am confident the sites are up and running as I can open the same url within Firefox seconds later. Disabling the Web Filter on my Anti-Virus made no difference. I am Running ESet as my Antivirus.
Out of curiosity, I looked at the "LAN settings" under the Internet Properties / Connections tab and noticed that the proxy setting was enabled. I do not use a proxy from home. It was configured to point to the local host (127.0.0.1) on port 5555. I disabled the proxy setting and was able to browse without issue. Proxy setting is unique to Firefox and not shared with IE which would explain IE having issues as well.
Digging further I found that the "fake antivirus" application had created those settings along with some registry settings and dropping an executable on my system.
I found removal steps here: (3 sites)
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
SOURCE: when I open my internet
When you open up your internet explorer browser, look for the Tools option on the upper portion of the page. Then, click on internet options, when internet options page has opened up, you will see there an item for homepage. Type the homepage that you want on the box. If you want google, type in www.google.com then click on the Apply button on the lower portion then click on OK. Try to reopen internet explorer so that google will open up.
Posted on Sep 03, 2011
Try this guideline:
Close Google Chrome
Click the Start
In the search box, type CMD
Click on the CMD icon and you will see the command window open
Type: cd %localappdata%\google\update
After you press enter, you cursor should now be in your google update directory
Type: GoogleUpdate.exe /RegServer
Running that only took a second.
Open Google chrome and check 'About Google Chrome' again and it should now check the update servers successfully.
If problem still occurs then use system utility tool Intel Software Partner Reginout.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
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