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9/23/12
Original Poster
thetechi

Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): The connection was reset.? What does this mean??

I am trying to get onto my bank's website and have been for several days.
 
Every time I try Chrome comes up with "Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): The connection was reset."
 
This is the only website it seems to do it on and has only recently started doing it...
 
Can anyone think why and how it can be resolved?
 
Many thanks
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9/24/12
Original Poster
thetechi
Didn't do anything really. It works on IE... But I don't want to use IE, I want to use Chrome.
 
And yes, the website is correct.
 
Any other idea?
tanujgurg
9/25/12
tanujgurg
Does this problem occur in Incognito mode (CTRL+SHIFT+N in Windows)?
9/26/12
Original Poster
thetechi
No!
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10/9/12
Google user
I was having the same problem but on a different website for whatever reasons when I cleared that websites stored cookies it started working again
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ChadFullerton
12/6/12
ChadFullerton
If it works in Incognito then you're probably having the same problem I had. See my reply above for the solution.
 
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