ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT is a error that show in Google Chrome browser. I will appear When the server is taking too much time to replying . Result! it fails to load website. But now you do not worry about this error. I have unique & quick solution for you.
Make sure these 2 things:
Your Internet connection is working properly.
The server you want to open is exist or Online.
Here Are 4 Methods To Solve “ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT” Error Quickly & Easily:
Did you know! your Chrome save all browsing data such as cache files, app data, cookies, etc. These may cause Err_Connection_Timed_Out error. So, we can solve this problem by deleting the browsing data from Chrome.
Step No. 1 & 2:
First Click on more tool button
Then click on clear browsing data
Step No. 3 & 4:
Now click on advanced stetting and then select all options as shown in screenshots after that click on clear data.
Some time just one website occurring Err_Connection_Timed_Out, simply skip this step.
If there is an IP address & website URL to be blocked in the host file, it could cause other websites to be blocked as well. For this reason, we should check the Windows Hosts File.
Run Notepad as an administrator.
And when requested by UAC, you have to click YES to continue.
Click File in the upper left of the Notepad window.
Then click Open.
First go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc and then Select All Types from the menu at the bottom right.
Then double-click the hosts file.
if there is any web address/ IP address after the last # sign.
If yes! delete all of them and save.
Method No. 3: Adjust LAN settings
Sometimes the internet environment of our computer has been changed by the virus, so we have to reset it to resolve ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT.
In the search box in the lower left corner of the desktop (next to the Start menu), type Internet Options and click on it.
Click LAN settings under Connections pane.
Make sure all the items are unticked, then click OK.
Method No. 4: Flush DNS & renew IP address
ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT can also be solved via DNS and IP, so we need to clear the DNS and renew the IP address.
Open the Run dialog box by pressing Win + R (Windows logo key and R key) at the same time.
Then type cmd in the box and click OK.
Now Command Prompt is open.
In command prompt window, do the 5 steps below.
1st: type ipconfig /flushdns then hit Enter.
2nd: type ipconfig /registerdns then hit Enter.
3rd: type ipconfig /release then hit Enter.
4th: type ipconfig /renew then hit Enter.
5th: type netsh winsock reset then hit Enter.
When complete, close the command prompt window.
Note: Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.