Google Chrome page load problem (ERR_TIMED_OUT)

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2014-04
  • nimcap

    I am having this annoying problem with Google Chrome, although I used to love Chrome I will switch to Firefox if the problem persists.

    Sometimes while loading a page Chrome fails and displays ERR_TIMED_OUT error.

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    This does not occur every time, in average out of 10 page loads 1 fails. When I hit refresh a couple of times, it will load eventually.

    I am using Firefox for a couple of hours now and it seems to work fine.

    So far I tried these: clearing cache, switching user profiles, disabling DNS prefetching, disabling detection of connection settings automatically in IE (yes, I don't know why this is here, but I remember having the same problem a few years ago and this worked). I run out of ideas.

    How can I prevent this error from happening? Or at least how can I trace the source of this error?

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  • Sathya

    Chrome doesn't do this automatically. Check your extensions and disable the one which does this. If you aren't sure, edit your question to include he list of extensions installed

  • Jeffrey Bradley

    The plugin "FastestChrome" does have this feature. If you edit its options, you can set a blacklist of domains that you don't want it to pre-load next pages.