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    Too many err_timed_out, too frequently. What to do?

    by shivajikobardan ·

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    I have followed lots of online tutorials to fix this issue, still this seems not to be fixed. This is an issue only in laptop, in smartphone things are running fine and good. This occurs mostly when I try to open a website ie doesn’t occur for google search. But after I click the link in google search, this occurs.
    Is there a way to fix this issue?

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    • #3950886
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      Not enough information

      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to Too many err_timed_out, too frequently. What to do?

      We don’t know what type of computer (Apple iOS or MS Windows) what operating system version, where you are trying to connect to (please don’t post direct internet links), how long you have been encountering this issue, or whether or not others can access the same internet site on a different computer.

      • #3950895

        Reply To: Too many err_timed_out, too frequently. What to do?

        by shivajikobardan ·

        In reply to Not enough information

        windows 10…this happens with any websites, there is no specific website. i have been having this issue since 2 weeks. i contacted my isp as well. others can do it very easily. even in laptop.

      • #3950917
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        by kees_b ·

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        You contacted the ISP. What did they say?
        What are the (many) things you tried from tutorials?

        Anyway, ask a friend with a laptop to try the same as you do, using the same connection with your router as you do (Ethernet-cable or WiFi, you didn’t tell).

        If it’s the same with them it’s not your PC or laptop (you didn’t tell). If you use WiFi for the test, then try again when connected with an Ethernet cable.
        If that solves it, it’s your WiFi (unlikely). If that doesn’t solve it, it’s the router, the modem, the connection to your ISP (ADSL, cable, satellite, you didn’t tell) or anything with them or beyond.

        If it’s fine with your friend, it’s something in your PC or laptop.

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        • #3950939

          Reply To: Too many err_timed_out, too frequently. What to do?

          by shivajikobardan ·

          In reply to Reply To: Too many err_timed_out, too frequently. What to do?

          You contacted the ISP. What did they say?

          => nth…they tried what basic youtube tutorials do. but that didn’t help.

          What are the (many) things you tried from tutorials?

          => i followed drivereasy tutorial on err connection timed out

          Anyway, ask a friend with a laptop to try the same as you do, using the same connection with your router as you do (Ethernet-cable or WiFi, you didn’t tell).

          => it is wifi, friend has no problem joining

          If it’s the same with them it’s not your PC or laptop (you didn’t tell). If you use WiFi for the test, then try again when connected with an Ethernet cable.

          => i need wifi though.

          If that solves it, it’s your WiFi (unlikely). If that doesn’t solve it, it’s the router, the modem, the connection to your ISP (ADSL, cable, satellite, you didn’t tell) or anything with them or beyond.
          => it is router.

          If it’s fine with your friend, it’s something in your PC or laptop.

          => looks like this.

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          by kees_b ·

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          A drivereasy tutorial is not really the same as “lots of online tutorials”, is it? So we don’t know what you tried.

          If I understand well, your friend has no time-out errors using your WiFi and you have.
          And you refuse to try an Ethernet-cable for diagnosis to check if it’s a WiFi-problem in your laptop or another problem (like malware or antivirus blocking something or a bad hard disk or whatever)..

          Then I would advice to try your laptop at your friends house with your friends WiFi. If it’s the same there, find a repair shop to fix it, if you can’t fix it yourself.

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    • #3998614

      Reply To: Too many err_timed_out, too frequently. What to do?

      by Johnharper2020 ·

      In reply to Too many err_timed_out, too frequently. What to do?

      Step 1: Could be a connection problem

      Google Chrome, Firefox, and Edge recommend checking your network connection. While it may seem self-evident, they all recommend testing your connection first because it’s one of the most prevalent causes of the issue. This takes only a few minutes and addresses many more issues than most people acknowledge.

      Disconnect the power source and wait 30 seconds before connecting it back to complete a power cycle. Examine your wifi connection to see whether it’s broken or sluggish. This is a typical occurrence on popular public wifi hotspots, such as coffee shops or airports.

      Step 2: Try Disabling Proxy Settings

      To connect to the network, Google Chrome uses the system proxy settings on your computer. These settings will affect Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and other Internet-connected apps. In the top right corner, click the menu button. Choose your options.

      Click the Settings option after scrolling down to Network Settings. Select No proxy in the Connection Settings panels. A proxy server is a program or system that acts as a go-between for your computer and the Internet. Because the proxy server settings have been specified, enabling this service may create difficulty accessing Internet websites.

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