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9/16/17
Original Poster
TekkmanCZ

ReCaptcha not showing up

ReCaptcha is not showing up for me for some reason. So i can't log in into some sites like twitch or verify myself etc...

I have tried EVERYTHING to fix this problem. I have a suspection it's something with my proxy. Please tell me what can i do and if it doesn't work i'll try to somehow fix the proxy.

Thank you if you respond because i didn't get a response on 5 of my posts that were about the same problem.
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Edward - Community Specialist
9/17/17
Edward - Community Specialist
Hi TekkmanCZ,

Welcome to the Google Chrome Help Forum!

Since the ReCaptcha is not showing up on Chrome, I'd suggest trying these steps:

1. Clear Cache and Cookies.

2. Try in Incognito mode. If you no longer see this issue, disable extensions one by one to check which extension is causing the issue.

3. If the issue still persists, reset Chrome settings.

4. If the above steps don't work, create a new user.


Let me know if that helps.

Regards,
Edward
9/17/17
Original Poster
TekkmanCZ
I've tried it all multiple times but nothing worked.
Edward - Community Specialist
9/20/17
Edward - Community Specialist
Hi TekkmanCZ,

Thanks for posting back,

Could you confirm, if you're facing this issue with all the browsers or only on Chrome?

In the meantime, I'd suggest trying these steps:

1. Try toggling hardware acceleration: Go to Chrome Menu > Click Settings > Click Show Advanced Settings > Under 'System' uncheck/check Use hardware acceleration when available > Restart Chrome.
2. Also try Chrome CanaryChrome Canary app and share your results. It's a future developer version of Chrome with all the latest updates and features.

Keep me posted.
Regards, Edward
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