When it comes to computer errors, it can even affect the specific browser you are using. Likewise, ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR is an error that is computer generated. You must know how to fix Chrome ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR before it’s too late.
Computers are a complex set of software and hardware. When a system error takes place, it can affect the other components as well. Be it the browser or other hardware devices you are using. But there is nothing to stress out. Computer-specific browser errors tell you from where to start.
Elementary Solutions to Troubleshoot Chrome ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR:
There are ample ways that will help you encounter this error. But for accuracy, it is better to track down the blog or connect with Google Chrome Support.
Solution 1: Flush the Sockets
- First, you need to navigate to the Google Chrome browser and thus paste the below URL:
- Click on the download arrow link after pressing the Enter button.
- Now choose the option “Flush Sockets” and thus restart your Chrome to check the error.
Solution 2: Flush the DNS and Renew the IP
- To flush DNS, you need to first navigate to the Command Prompt.
- Type ipconfig /flushdns followed by pressing the Enter button.
- Now open Command Prompt again to renew the IP.
- Type ipconfig /release followed by pressing the Enter button.
- And thus finally type ipconfig /renew and thus press Enter to make this error disappear.
Know More Facts About Google Chrome:
The ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR is solely Google Chrome centric. Without having a clear about Chrome, you cannot get to the roots of the error. Keeping an eye on the matter, we have jotted down some useful facts about Chrome. It will help you better understand the error.
Here is a list of efficacious things about Google and Google Chrome that you must know:
- Google Chrome is the most popular and recognized browsing software.
- Google launched Google Chrome 11 years after its inception.
- During its inception, Google was named as Backrub.
- When it comes to most visited site in the world, Chrome tops the chart.
- YouTube “leads” Android, Dropcam, Waze, Motorola, and Nest- all falls under Google.
What is ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR?
Do you know all about the error you are confronting? It is always better to have complete details to permanently erase an error out. Not everyone can have this error. Chrome is primarily fallen under this category. If you are using any browsers like Safari, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc other than Chrome, you may hardly experience this error. Google related websites are also not spared by its grip. Websites such as YouTube, Gmail, Blogger, and others show the similar error very often.
When you try to load a specific website on Chrome, this error appears on the display from nowhere. Reloading not always helps you to make this error disappear. You have to work deeper than that. SPDY symbolizes Speed. When this error appears, it reduces the WebPages load time.
Clear Your System’s Cache:
If reloading does not help to eradicate this error, clear out the cache from the Google Chrome. Follow the below mentioned steps to remove the unwanted cache from your system:
- First of all, you need to restart Google Chrome and thus search for ‘More’ tool in the toolbar.
- Click on it and thus look for Clear browsing data option.
- As you click on the option, more options come to display.
- Choose only two of those options:
- The one which stores the cookies and other plug-in data.
- And the other one which stores cache images and files.
- Check how much data you are looking forward to deleting. If you want to delete everything, click on “the beginning of time” and thus click on clear browsing data.
Once the cache is cleared, check the website out that was giving you the error previously. Follow the below mentioned steps, if you are experiencing the error from an iOS device.
- Navigate to the Google Chrome browser and enter the following address bar:
- After typing the address, press the Enter button.
- Let the Setting Page load completely and thus look for Advanced Settings option.
- Click on the option.
- Under the Privacy Section look for Clear Browsing Data.
- Click on Clear Browsing Data and thus choose the following two options:
- The cookies and plug-in data
- The cache images and files
- Check whether you have deselected the other options or not.
- Click on ‘from the beginning of time’ to erase out all the cookies.
- And at last, click on Clear Browsing Data Option.
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