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Windows Blocking Sign Ons Over Wireless Network

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by PoliSkeptic, Jun 24, 2019.

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  1. PoliSkeptic

    PoliSkeptic Thread Starter

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    My computer was working perfectly fine until it wouldn't let me log into any websites all of a sudden.

    I believe I have isolated the issue, but I'm stumped.

    I tried multiple browsers, and I can't log onto anything on any browser (Amazon, Facebook, Yahoo, etc.). I can navigate through pages, but once I go to enter login credentials, I get an error code (Chrome) of "ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED".

    Chrome suggests checking any firewalls. All I have is Windows Denfender, the default. Nothing else. I tried deactivating all firewalls, but that didn't work.

    The issue is wireless network specific, because when I plugged in an ethernet cable, I was able to log in as usual.

    I believe somehow, my computer doesn't trust my wireless network and is blocking it from sending/receiving data. Any ideas?
     
  2. metallica5456

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    You can try resetting one of the browsers back to defaults OR try removing and forgetting the wireless network and reconnecting to the wireless network to reset any network settings.
     
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