Last Updated on November 23, 2020
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- Let it scan your computer.
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There are several reasons why this site cannot be accessed after a connection reset. Browser cache and cookies, misconfiguration of the network, proxy server, old registry, firewall and antivirus blocking the connection, etc. Whatever the reason, you can apply some solutions to remove this err_connection_reset in Windows 10.
First check the Wi-Fi and cable for internet connection. You can unplug the power cable and internet connection cable for 5 minutes, and then connect the cable correctly. This fixes the problem if a transient error causes it.
Run the Network Adapter Troubleshooter
Run the Network Adapter Troubleshooter and let Windows check and fix underlying network configuration issues. Do it:
- Click on “Troubleshoot” from the “Start” menu and press Enter.
- Scroll here and find your network card.
- Click on it and run the troubleshooter.
Follow the onscreen instructions for the network troubleshooter to find and fix problems with your wireless and other network adapters. After that, restart Windows and see if the issue of resetting the internet connection is resolved. otherwise violated the following instruction.
Clear browser cache
The steps may differ depending on the browser you are using. However, here’s how to do it in Chrome. Click the menu icon and select Preferences.
- At the bottom of the screen, click Advanced.
- Right above the Languages heading, click Clear Browsing Data.
- Here, select cookies and other site data, as well as cached images and files, and leave everything else disabled. Select Clear Data and you’re done.
- Please try to open this site again.
Uninstall / reinstall the network card driver and check it
Follow the instructions below:
- Press Windows Key + X and click Device Manager.
- Find network adapters and click on it to expand.
- Right-click the device and select Uninstall.
- After uninstalling the driver, restart your computer. The Universal Network Card driver will be installed automatically.
If that doesn’t fix the problem. I recommend updating your network driver. Skip step 3 of the above steps, right-click the device and choose Update.
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