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How to Fix Google Chrome Wont Load Pages

How to Fix Google Chrome Wont Load Pages

Google Chrome is the one of the popular browser in all aspect like browsing, downloading, streaming and much more, sometimes you may get an error that Google Chrome won’t open and won’t load pages at all, no matter how many times you try to open it but nothing happens. Whatever you tried to fix this issue but nothing worked properly, chrome isn’t launching makes you go crazy, and you don’t want to use other browsers because chrome has your installed extension, bookmarks and saved passwords. One can also import these browsing data but once you love chrome you can’t leave it. Why the Chrome won’t load pages? How to get it back? We will give you the answer below:

Why Chrome won’t load pages? How to fix?

Reason 1: Internet Connection
Test for problems with your Internet connection by loading a variety of different sites in Chrome, switching to a different Web browser, and running an application that requires Internet access to function, such as Spotify or Outlook. Try resetting the network router, upgrading the installed drivers for your network card or adapter, and checking connections across the local network if you can’t get online. If the connectivity problems persist, contact your Internet service provider for assistance.

Reason 2: Infected with Virus
The virus and malware infection may be blocking your Internet connection. Run a thorough system scan to look for problems and install an additional on-demand scanner — such as Spybot Search and Destroy — to locate and remove any security threats. Anyway, you should test whether your computer has a virus or not. But through the years’ development, we have realized that there is not a perfect anti-virus program can solve everything because many viruses are created and infected each day and it takes time for antispyware to make solutions for the latest viruses. You may need professional guidance.

Reason 3: Faulty extensions and add-ons
Faulty extensions and add-ons running on top of Google Chrome can also affect the browser’s functionality. Choose “Tools,” then “Extensions” from the Chrome menu to see a list of installed extensions. Disable or remove the extensions one by one, restarting Chrome each time, to check if any of these tools are causing issues. If you do identify an extension that’s causing a problem, contact the developer about an upgrade or bug fix.

Reason 4: Anti-virus and Firewall issue
Anti-virus software and firewalls are likely to block your Chrome from running. Check the settings with them, this method need complex manual operation process. If these don’t fix this issue proceed below-

Guide to set up Firewall to allow your Google Chome:

1. Click the window’s icon, and choose “Control Panel”. The Control Panel window will appear.

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2. Click on System and Security. The System and Security Panel will appear.

3. Click on Windows Firewall. The Windows Firewall panel will appear.

4. On the left side of the Windows Firewall panel, click Allow a program or feature through Windows Firewall. The Allowed Programs panel will appear.

5. Find Google Chrome in the list of the programs, and click to select it.

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