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8/31/16
Original Poster
Rorschach TheRipper

Why Can't i Open Pinterest ?

this started happening recent whenever i try to open pinterest it says "

This site can’t be reached

in.pinterest.com took too long to respond.

Try:

i dunno what to do someone pls help 
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Johnny - Community Specialist
9/1/16
Johnny - Community Specialist
Hey,

Thanks for posting in the Google Chrome Help Forum!

Are you facing this issue on Chrome Canary? If not, and the issue persists on Chrome Stable, let's begin with making sure that you have tried all the steps from this help article. Having done that, please give these suggestions a try:

  1. Does the issue persist in incognito mode?

  2. Clearing cache and cookies can be useful.

  3. Uncheck Use hardware acceleration (Menu> Settings> Show Advanced Settings > System menu).

  4. Try resetting the Chrome browser to see if that helps.

  5. Also, creating a new user profile on your Chrome can be helpful.


If you’re using an antivirus or firewall software, make sure Chrome is trusted or allowed by these programs. You can also try temporarily disabling your antivirus or firewall to see if this resolves the issue.


Keep me posted.

Best,
Johnny
9/2/16
Original Poster
Rorschach TheRipper
umm yes i'm sorry it's chrome stable and not canary and yes it also happens in incognito mode and i dunno how to reset chrome browser and i cleared the caches too 
9/2/16
Original Poster
Rorschach TheRipper
and now it says 

This site can’t be reached

in.pinterest.com refused to connect.

Try:

ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
9/2/16
Original Poster
Rorschach TheRipper
am on windows 10 and i'm not seeing my quickheal active so yeah dunno how to deactivate that either
Johnny - Community Specialist
9/2/16
Johnny - Community Specialist
Thanks for posting back!

Can you please check if the issue happens on Chrome Canary? Also, make sure that proxy settings for your Chrome are up to date. 

Keep me posted.

Best,
Johnny
KSBT
9/9/16
KSBT
Hi, I'm going through the same problem. I have updated my Chrome, Disabled my Anti virus, Tried incognito.. everything. but Pinterest still doesnt work. I use Quick Heal and i have no clue if chrome is allowed in trusted browser list or no. This is what i get everytime...

Please help!
Johnny - Community Specialist
9/12/16
Johnny - Community Specialist
Thanks for posting back!

Can you please try disabling the antivirus temporarily to see if that helps? Also, check if running the device in safe mode makes a difference.

Keep me posted.

Best,
Johnny
Prasad Rajendra Setty
9/13/16
Prasad Rajendra Setty

easy way to fix!

 

step 1 : check what is the URL you are getting 

Example : https://www.pinterest.com

the above LINK will always work and if not clear your history and cache in your browser and Login with your details.

 

Step 2 : Now you will get this ERROR as mentioned in the top or avove picture.

 

IMPORTANT : check the URL you will have

 

https://in.pinterest.com (ERROR message : This site can't be reached in.pinterest.com refused to connect)

 

Solution :

 

change the URL 

from https://in.pinterest.com

to https://jp.pinterest.com

 

this will fix the problem, hope you probem is SOLVED

 

with cheers,

Prasad Rajendra Setty , Growth Hacker

you can also follow me in twitter @iamPRSetty


KSBT
9/24/16
KSBT
@Johnny: I have tried ALL of this, and they still dont work!
@Prasad: Thankyou! But can i know what does jp stand for? 

Ali Galip Öztürk
9/24/16
Ali Galip Öztürk
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Johnny - Community Specialist
9/26/16
Johnny - Community Specialist
Thanks for posting back!

Have you tried to run the device in safe mode? Also, check if the issue happens on a different device.

Keep me posted.

Best,
Johnny
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