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1/7/18
Original Poster
Mitchell Adcock

How to fix "This site can’t be reached ERR_CONNECTION_RESET"

Hello, I've been getting a problem lately and can't fix it, I've tried all the things that all other forum sits have suggested, reinstalling network drivers, resetting chrome settings, clearing cache, restarting modem, excluding chrome from anti virus. Literally everything they've listed and I still can't get to some websites. Example I cant get to https://steam.design/ and my friends can. If anyone knows a fix other than ones I've listed and what others have listed, please do help. SCREENSHOT
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Bandia Rowe
1/7/18
Bandia Rowe
This is exactly whatis happening to me. Sites I used to go to no longer work. If anyone knows how to fix this please post
1/8/18
Original Poster
Mitchell Adcock
I have discovered what is wrong now, It's not my Chrome or PC it's actually my internet.
So for any people that are looking for a fix to the ERR_CONNECTION_RESET then I'd suggest looking through some other threads and forums for the fix.
Matt - Community Specialist
1/8/18
Matt - Community Specialist
Hi Mitchell and Bandia,

Thanks for posting on the Google Chrome Help Forum.

Could you please let me know if the issue persists on a different device? Do you face the issue on a particular website or across websites?


Meanwhile, please try the steps mentioned in this help article. Having done that, please give the below steps a try if the issue still persists:


Let me know how it goes.

Best,
Matt
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