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Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Click Start button Go to control panel > click internet option > click connection button than click Lan sating button and make sure the "Use Proxy server for for your Lan" box is unchecked. other way click Start>click run then type inetcpl.cpl >click connection button than click Lan sating button and make sure the "Use Proxy server for for your Lan" box is unchecked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: net ERR NO SUPPORTED PROXIES
Go into Google Chrome options, 'Under the Hood' tab, Hit the 'Change proxy settings' button, then the 'LAN settings' button, and make sure the 'Use Proxy' box is unchecked.
Also, try running System Restore if that doesn't do it. You might want to run an antivirus check because sometimes browser hijackers and malware change those settings.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
Issue with your network configuration... Proxy not suported by Google network chek for proxy .. and desable it..
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
SOURCE: Google chrome will not connect
Go to Options under the hood tab, There you will find the "change proxy settings" button. Click on that and go to "LAN Settings" button, and see if the "use proxy server" box is checked or not. If so, un-check it, and save the changes.Restart the browser , It should work after that.
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Posted on Oct 28, 2010
Make sure that you have the proxy disabled in the lan settings: Top right wrench tool button --> Options --> Under the Hood --> Change Proxy Settings --> LAN Settings --> Uncheck use Proxy server for your LAN. Hit okay. Close Chrome, open it back up and see if that works.
Posted on May 04, 2011
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