Have you ever received an “Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found” message? Some users report that this error message pops up almost all pages they try to access, and stop them from visiting the page properly. In my opinion, even though Google Chrome was released and claimed to be the most advanced web browser, it at sometime can generate various types of errors such as error code 0X0000005 or SSL error 226 rather than error code 105. Based on my own experience, here I will show you some available solutions to solve Google Chrome error 105 effectively.
No matter which Google Chrome error message you are receiving on the screen, the first step you should do is to restart the browser. Sometimes, the error 105 message happens when the Google Chrome encounters a random issue and a simple restart will restart all your webpages from your previous browsing sessions.
Then, you have to check and reset the security settings on your own browser so as to visit all pages correctly without a Google Chrome error 105 message. This is the measure in place to help protect you while you are browsing the web. Directly follow these steps to adjust the settings:
*Click the wrench icon tools menu on the browser toolbar.
* Click Show advanced settings.
* Then you can adjust the setting of these aspects. By the way, it is highly recommended that you can adjust them to medium level:
Phishing and malware protection
SSL certificates and settings
Web content settings
After the above steps, you should check & clear all caches of the Google Chrome. Sometimes, the cache will make the Google Chrome to run slowly and finally bring in an error 105 message to appear frequently. Just follow the tips here and you can get rid of the error message soon:
*At the top right of your Google Chrome browser, click on tools button.
*Then click on options.
*Go to Personal Stuff tab, and click on “Clear browsing data” under Browsing data.
*Check “Empty the cache” option and select the amount of data you want to delete within “Clear data from this period”
Fourthly, it is highly recommended that you can completely scan and remove all PC viruses from the computer. Computer Virus is a kind of malicious application that is mostly designed by hijackers to infect your computer and spread itself to other computers via a network automatically. This way, they are able to attack and destroy any computer, collect & steal users’ personal information, etc. It is commonly know that virus spreads through the Internet, and is usually brought into your computer through browser security gaps without your knowledge. That is, as you download a file, chat on an online chat-room, click on an unknown link within your email, you will be a risk to get infected. If some settings within your Google Chrome are reset by the viruses, you will sooner or later get a Google Chrome error 105 message in visiting some pages
Finally, you need to check and fix computer registry errors. Windows registry is part of the computer system to hold all settings and configurations of the computer. No matter which computer request you send, it will first access this database for the corresponding entries. Errors in the windows registry tend to bring in numerous error messages as well as slow down you computer system. If the Google Chrome cannot locate the required files to display your page correctly, some problems will happen. So the last thing you should do is to download and run a registry clean tool to thoroughly scan the whole PC and get rid of Google Chrome error 105 instantly. This way, you can always run the computer properly all the time.
So, no matter in visiting which page you get the Google Chrome error 105 message, take the above suggestions one by one. This, you can fix both the errors existing in the web browser and in the computer easily, and finally surf all your desired pages without errors.
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