Webpage display issues

IssueDescription
"A script running on this page is taking a loooong time to do its job" The webpage is taking a long time to load and this message appeared.
"Oh, no!" "Oh, no!" message shows if a webpage crashes unexpectedly.
"Oops! This link appears broken". Google Chrome can show suggestions for the page that you were trying to reach, if it is unable to connect to the web address. Instead of a cryptic error message, you'll see suggestions to navigate to other parts of the website or to search for the page with Google.
"Resolving proxy" If Google Chrome seems to take a long time to load a website or search, it may be configured to access pages through a web proxy. Check whether the "Resolving proxy" message appears in the lower-left corner of the browser window.
"The following plug-in has crashed..." A plug-in used by the page that you're on has become unresponsive or has closed unexpectedly.
"The site's security certificate is not trusted!" Google Chrome displays this warning if a website's security certificate isn't created by a recognised third-party organisation.
"This is probably not the site that you are looking for!" When phishing and malware protection is enabled, this indicates that the URL listed in the website's certificate doesn't match the actual URL of the site.
"This webpage is not available" (Network errors 2, 101, 102, 104 and 105) This message displays when Google Chrome is unable to find and load the requested webpage.
Adobe PDF plug-in PDFs are not opening properly within Chrome.
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EV-SSL indicator not displayed When a website uses an Extended Validation SSL (EV-SSL) certificate, the organisation's name appears in the address bar directly to the right of the lock icon alert icon. If you don't see the organisation's name displayed at the end of the address bar, make sure that the browser is set to check for server certification revocation.
Error 124 (net__ERR_WINSOCK_UNEXPECTED_WRITTEN_BYTES) This error appears when Google Chrome is unable to load the requested webpage due to issues with a Layered Service Provider (LSP) on your computer.
Error 129 (net_ERR_SSL_WEAK_SERVER_EPHEMERAL_DH_KEY) This error can appear when the server is trying to set up a secure connection (HTTPS), but due to a misconfiguration in the server, the connection cannot be made secure.
Facebook issues in Google Chrome
Force-close To close a webpage or application that's misbehaving in Google Chrome, use the Task Manager.
Graphics aren't showing properly Outdated graphics card drivers can cause web graphics, including 3D content, and videos to run slowly or not at all.
Page content doesn't display correctly If you notice that the page content doesn't display properly, such as page links or images align to the left with missing text, or if you are suddenly unable to view or log in to a webpage, try clearing your cache and other browsing data.
Plug-ins incompatible with Google Chrome Frame Some plug-ins (also called add-ons within Internet Explorer) work incorrectly and may crash when Google Chrome Frame is installed.
Text not displaying properly If you notice squares showing up in the webpages that you visit instead of text, try manually substituting the webpage's encoding.
Web page doesn't open or load Multiple reasons could be preventing web pages from loading quickly in Google Chrome. First, check if the page-loading issue is specific to Google Chrome by opening the same pages in other browsers on your computer, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox.
Windows Media Player plug-in If you allow websites to use plug-ins and the browser detects that you're missing a plug-in for a particular site, it'll prompt you to install the plug-in at the top of the webpage. Here's more information about installing Windows Media Player plug-ins.
YouTube videos show "Video is no longer available" If YouTube videos won't play in Google Chrome and instead show the message "Video is no longer available", your antivirus software may be preventing the browser from playing videos.
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