Fix Chrome’s ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR

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Hi all, if you are experiencing the same thing as the author, you exactly enter into this blog, well there are various kinds of problems that exist on the internet, one of them is a connection error, eg disconnected connection, and much more. I had this strange thing this morning when I opened the Wikipedia site using Google Chrome, sometimes while reading an article or viewing images instead of loading and error messages appear. Actually the same thing happens also in Mozilla Firefox but not in Internet Explorer.  Google Chrome is a browser application used to surf the virtual world like Firefox, Opera or Microsoft Edge. If Firefox was developed by Mozilla, Google Chrome was created and designed by Google, the world’s largest internet company that also owns Android. Please refer to original English article whenever possible. Related article. Using Chromium, using the Webkit rendering engine up to version 27 and designed to work at the speeds above. Google Chrome brings a number of excellent features, apart from the standard features found in most popular browser apps. Chrome supports them, Javascript, HTML 5, CSS 2.1, and a host of features including private mode, multiple tabs, various theme options and extensions and additional third-party plugins, language options, and some other excellent features.

To be sure of the error message I understand this is due to a problem with the internet data transfer protocol, so instead of using HTTP instead of SPDY (made by Google and becoming HTTP2 standard). It should be if there is a problem or the browser accessing the page does not support the SPDY protocol will automatically be downgraded to ordinary HTTP and will not appear error like this. Unfortunately I try back and forth to no avail as well, still not showing up.

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There are at least 2 ways to fix this problem, first is to add the -use-spdy = off -use-system-ssl parameter in the shortcut icon (right click and select Properties) in the Target box, place it outside the quotes. This is the instruction that Chrome turns off SPDY support and uses plain SSL only. Match according to the one in the picture if confused. The second solution is easier actually, type the following address chrome: // net-internals / # events & q = type: SPDY_SESSION% 20is: active and wait a moment until the process is complete. After that click the arrow icon on the top right and select the Flush sockets option. Done.

I have tried both and are both successful, but finally I return the Chrome shortcut parameters to the default and prefer the Flush sockets method because it does not need to change anything in the browser. that’s what I get, and after I learned, you can practice the above manner when experiencing the same thing, you can also search for other answers such as Youtube, Blogs, Forums and much more. Thank you for reading this article until the last paragraph, if this article useful you can share to social media Google+, Facebook and others. thanks. – John Sadino –

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