Bonus Tip: Try using VPN to fix the connection problem.
Fix 1: Change your network settings
1) Open your Chrome. Then click on the MoreOptions menu and choose Settings.
2) Click Show advanced settings…
3) Choose Change proxy settings under Network dialog.
4) Click LAN settings under Connections pane. Then uncheck use a proxy server for your LAN. Click OK.
5) Restart your PC to make change take effect.
Fix 2: Resetting your TCP/IP and flush your DNS
1) Run Command Prompt as administrator.
1-1) Find and right-click on Command Prompt from the Start menu.
1-2) Then choose Run as administrator.
1-3) Click YES when prompted by User Account Control.
2) Type the following commands and press Enter after each.
ipconfig /flushdns nbtstat –r netsh int ip reset netsh winsock reset
3) Restart your PC to make the change take effect.
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As a technical writer for Driver Easy, April writes articles related to various tech issues, including Windows computer problems and game errors. She's never happier than when her articles help people solve their problems - whether they're Windows errors and blue screens to network errors and faulty hardware. As a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), she focuses on Windows system problems and daily tips and tricks. When she's not writing, she likes reading literary novels and poetry.