Your connection has been interrupted – ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED



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If you receive an error message Your connection has been interrupted, a network change has been detected, ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED, in your Chrome browser, this message suggests ways to resolve the problem. Although this article focuses on Chrome, you can also use these suggestions to solve a similar problem in Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer or another web browser.

Your connection has been interrupted



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The following is a series of options that can be executed with any browser. But before you start, disable your VPN software, scan with your antivirus software, then continue.

1] Check the Wi-Fi router

If you use a Wi-Fi router to connect your computer to the Internet, the main solution is to check whether the router is working or not. Sometimes the Wi-Fi router causes problems that can lead to this error message. If it does not work properly, you can restart the router and check whether it is working or not.

2] Clear DNS cache

Clear DNS cache can solve this problem for you. This special technique is used by many people after a significant change in the network. To do this, open a command prompt with administrator rights. You can search cmd, right-click the result and choose Run as administrator. Then execute this command:

ipconfig /flushdns

The entire process takes no more than 2 seconds.

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4] Reset TCP/IP

Sometimes resetting your Internet Protocol V4 settings can solve this problem. To do this, you must execute a simple command. To reset TCP/IP, open a command prompt, type and press Enter :

netsh int ip reset reset reset resetlog.txt

This will reset all registry values and settings for TCP/IP settings. After executing this command, you must restart your computer.

(5) Check local network settings

Incorrect proxy server configuration may cause this problem and you cannot access the Internet on your computer. To solve this problem, open Internet Options, go to the Connections tab and select LAN Settings. Make sure the following option NOT is enabled – Use a proxy server for your local network (these settings do not apply to dial-up or VPN connections).

(6) Check that a browser extension controls proxy

If you are using a shared account service and you have installed an extension or add-on for that service, there is a high probability that the extension controls your browser’s proxy settings. Therefore, such problems can occur if the extension does not recover data from the root server. You can check this in Google Chrome under Advanced Settings. If you have such an extension, you must disable it and check if your Internet connection is restored or not.

7] Using another DNS server

If you have the same problem over a longer period of time, you may need to change the DNS server. In this case, you can change your default DNS settings and try using another one. You can see Google Public DNS, Open DNS, Yandex DNS, Comodo Secure DNS or others and. DNS Jumpers & QuickSetDNS are free tools that help you change your default DNS settings with a single click.

If nothing helps, you may need to reset or reinstall your browser and see if it works for you.



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