FIX: Err_ssl_protocol_error in Windows 10, 7
Many Windows 10, Windows 8.1 users have stumbled on err_ssl_protocol_error error code when trying to access a specific website in Google Chrome. This problem can be solved very easily by implementing the steps listed below are specifically structured to improve “err_ssl_protocol_error” error code.
Also, when trying to refresh the page seems to help in the short term (because it will eventually get your website up and running), we’ll see what version of Google Chrome you need to update to to fix the error code “err_ssl_protocol_error” once and for all.
How can I fix err_ssl_protocol_error in Windows 10?
1. Update your Chrome browser
- left click or tap on the link posted below to access the Google Chrome website and download the latest version of Chrome from there.
- Now once you have downloaded the new version of Google Chrome app you will need to install it by following the instructions on the screen.
- Now, close all Google Chrome windows you have open.
- Reboot your Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 you.
- Try opening Google Chrome application after the operating system up and running.
- Now you should have all of the work without having to deal with the error code “err_ssl_protocol_error” again.
2. Disable QUIC Protocol Chrome
Many users assert that a deadly Protocol QUIC Chrome help them fix the problem. Here are the steps to follow:
- Enter the following command in a new browser tab: chrome: // flags / # enable quic
- Now, use the drop-down menu to disable the feature, as shown in the figure below
3. Turn off Chrome extensions
In rare cases, a Chrome extension can trigger disturbing Err_ssl_protocol_error. To get rid of these reasons may be off your list, go ahead and disable all extensions of your browser and test if the fault persists. If this does not happen, this means that either your browser extension is the culprit. Enable your browser extensions one by one to identify and remove the corrupted extension.