Question about Google Chrome
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
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