Whenever I am trying to browse the Internet, I get many kinds of errors. Sometimes, it’s because the Internet connection is not working properly. Or sometimes your IP address may be blocked by some web sites that are inaccessible to us. This may also happen because the site or service you are trying to access does not support the SSLv3 protocol (Layer 3 Security Protocol). Other potential causes of this error are some third-party programs such as your antivirus or your browser’s extension settings that may disrupt your connection to the site. . It may be due to many reasons. An error when you try to access YouTube or any other site using your Google Chrome browser is:

This site may not be reached, The webpage may be down or down. may have permanently moved to a new web address, ERR_CONNECTION_ABORTED.

Before trying any possible fix, try accessing the same site from another browser and preferably another one. Trying to access web pages from your browser in Incognito mode may also be helpful.

However, if you still encounter this error, here is what you can do to fix it. First, make sure you have created a System Restore Point, in case something goes wrong and you need to fix it.

1. Turn off SSLv3 in Google Chrome

To do this, you will need a Google Chrome browser shortcut on your Windows Desktop. If you already have a shortcut to the Google Chrome browser on your Desktop, skip the next 3 points.

To do this, navigate to the following link:

C:Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplication

Then, right-click on Chrome.exe and click on Send to> Desktop (Create Shortcut). This will create a shortcut for the Google Chrome browser on your desktop, if it is not already there.

Right-click the Google Chrome shortcut on your desktop and click Properties. Now, navigate to the tab labeled Shortcut.

In the field labeled Target replace everything in the following text (to copy text select new tab open in the frame):

C:Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe” –ssl-version-min=tls1

This will disable SSLv3 on your Google Chrome browser. You can now try to check that you still have access to that site.

2. Disable Antivirus and Firewall

In the System Tray in the right corner of the taskbar, right-click on your Antivirus icon and then click the option that mentions temporarily disabling the anti-virus protection feature. -off your. If prompted, set the anti-virus duration to turn off at your option. You can temporarily disable Windows Defender when using Windows 10. Now you can check whether your issue is resolved.

Alternatively, you can disable the Windows firewall protection feature. This is because Windows Firewall monitors and allows or denyes and connects to or from your computer. Now, you can check back if your issue is resolved.

3. Reset Google Chrome

To reset Chrome browser, make sure that Google Chrome is not running anywhere in the background with Task Manager. Now press the WINKEY + R combination to open Run and then navigate to the following path:

%USERPROFILE%AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser Data

Now select the folder named Default and press Shift + Delete and then click Yes for the confirmation prompt you received. After removing the Default folder, open Google Chrome and click the Menu button indicated by three dots in the top right corner. Then, click Install. In the Settings section, scroll down and click Advanced to display Advanced Settings.

Now, scroll down to the Restore settings button on windows defaults and click that button. This will now give you a prompt, click Reset Settings, and this will reset your Google Chrome browser. Now, check that you are fixed.

4. Reinstall Google Chrome

If all of the methods mentioned above are not working properly, the final fix is ​​to reinstall Google Chrome.

First, you’ll have to uninstall Google Chrome completely from your computer with the clean windows app. This should also include all of the rest of the folders with browsing data, user data, and so on.

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