Sometimes, while browsing the internet via Google Chrome, users get the following error message:
This site can’t be reached
the website is unreachable
Try running Windows Network Diagnostics
The most frequent causes are:
The solutions listed below will aim to help you fix this issue in the safest and fastest way possible.
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The video below will show you how to fix ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE. step by step, but if you following carefully:
Maybe the network driver itself is responsible for this issue, especially if it got corrupted by another app or a virus. All you need to do is to uninstall the network driver and then download the latest version from the official website of the manufacturer of your computer and install it.
If you need assistance on how to uninstall drivers and other programs properly, feel free to consult the Don't know how to uninstall a program / an application, guide.
If you want to learn more on how to download and install drivers, check out the don't know how to download and install drivers guide.
As a way to fix this issue, try "forgetting" the Wi-Fi network and reconnecting to it again. Follow the steps below, if you are not sure how to remove a Wi-Fi connection (and, later, reconnect to it):
The ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE may also be fixed if you forget the Wi-Fi network you are connected to, i.e. delete it, and reconnect to it again. To do that, follow the steps below:
"Forget" the Wi-Fi network via the command prompt (CMD) and reconnect to it again, so that you fix this error message. Do the following:
Note: You can also forget the Wi-Fi network by following the instructions in the video demo (in Windows 10):
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