Every now and then, people get stuck with the no internet services and see the 'Google Dinosaur' on your computer screen. This happens when the browser is not connected to an active internet connection. But sometimes the active connection of the internet does not help to get rid of the issue. In that case, people wonder how to fix Google Chrome not connecting to Internet/Wi-Fi and search for numerous sites. So here we have brought the solution to your trouble with very simple steps to execute.
If you are finding issues with the Google Chrome web browser, but your other web browsers are working properly. Then there are some tricks which can sort out the issue of Google Chrome unable to connect to the internet:
First of all, reboot the PC.
Reset the Chrome Browser by deleting all cookies and content and restore the default settings
Launch the Chrome without any extension (By disabling all extensions)
Try uninstalling and reinstalling the Chrome
Disable the virus protection like Microsoft Security Essentials temporarily.
By clearing the host cache in Chrome
Even doing so, you are not able to access the Chrome browser on your computer then you should apply these things on your desktop:
You need to go to Network icon and right click on it and choose 'Open Network and Sharing Center'.
Then on the top left, you need to click on 'Change adapter settings'.
After that, with the right click, you need to choose 'active Network Connection' and click on the 'Properties' option.
Further, you need to choose 'Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)' and click on the 'Properties' option.
Then click on 'Use the following DNS server addresses' option and add the server address with 188.8.131.52 as Preferred DNS Server, and 184.108.40.206. as Alternate DNS Server, then, tap on the 'OK' button.
Still, the issue is not resolved, contact the technical support service team of Google Chrome.
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