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    I was trying to log into www.gyminee.com and when I went to open the login page Google Chrome died. It says
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    This webpage is not available.

    The webpage at https://www.gyminee.com/login might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.

    More information on this error
    Below is the original error message

    Error 2 (net::ERR_FAILED): Unknown error."

    I know the page works because I am looking at it in IE. Good luck.

    Let me know if I can help with more information.

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    Could you just click the Wrench icon, then "Under The Hood" see if your settings are like the screenshot below. Also try unchecking the "DNS Prefetching" box if that is enabled and give it a go.

    Also are you running XP or Vista? If none of that works i have a command you can try, the --new-http flag isn't fully done which is causing a lot of errors similar to the one you described.


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    Also just one more thing, are you using CA Security or possibly Eset NOD32?

    A possible workaround to the Error 2 (net::ERR_FAILED): Unknown error if using CA Security is:

    1. Open the CA Security Center
    2. Click the down arrow to the far right of the CA Parental Controls
    3. Click on "Login in as a Different User" (Is that grammatically
    correct?)
    4. Choose Administrator from the list AND enter the password.
    5. Back at the CA Security Center Security Overview screen, it should
    say "User Logged in: Administrator" next to the CA Parental Controls
    section.

    Check Chrome and it should work. Just an FYI, the CA Parental Controls
    should also have a Yellow Triangle with an exclamation mark next to it
    saying, "Attention Needed".
    For NOD32 it has a module called IMON that monitors and scans all internet connections for viruses and malware, people have reported after closing IMON and restarting Chrome the error went away.

    I'm not sure if the conflict with NOD32 is due to the "Malware and Phishing" functions of Chrome, or if it's with the core components of Chrome because i don't have NOD32 on this machine. But if you don't want to terminate IMON you could "try" disabling the malware functions in Chrome but that's just a guess.

    Often having 2 of something when it comes to security can cause conflicts.

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    Sorry for the late reply. My message notification wasn't getting to me.

    I made the DNS change. The site still does the same thing when I get to the login page. I am running on Vista currently.

    Thanks for helping

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    Default tried another computer

    I tried the same page on a different computer and I had no issues with Google Chrome on the Login page.

    I will try it on the other computer tonight when I get a chance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trewaters View Post
    I tried the same page on a different computer and I had no issues with Google Chrome on the Login page.
    Was the working computer running Windows XP?

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    The working computer is running Windows XP with SP and the computer that "is still" failing to load the Gyminee login page is running Windows Vista.

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    This is a long shot, but it "may" be related to Vista and the security certificate for the domain however i can't confirm because i don't have Vista here at the moment.

    If you go Under the Hood >> Manage Certificates >> Trusted Root Certificates tab >> Scroll down to Godaddy Class 2 Certification and select it then click Advanced.

    Just see if the same options are checked on the XP and Vista boxes. The Gyminee.com domain is running the Godaddy Class 2 certificate.

    As i said, it's a long shot. Here is a screenshot of the settings, the left panel check boxes are the ones to check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trewaters View Post
    I was trying to log into www.gyminee.com and when I went to open the login page Google Chrome died. It says
    "
    This webpage is not available.

    The webpage at https://www.gyminee.com/login might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.

    More information on this error
    Below is the original error message

    Error 2 (net::ERR_FAILED): Unknown error."

    I know the page works because I am looking at it in IE. Good luck.

    Let me know if I can help with more information.
    First, sorry for my english, i am from bulgaria. So... i have too this problem
    my settings are ok. Firefox and IE work, but with chrome i can't open nothing.
    Windows XP, SP2, antivirus:nod32, firewall: Windows XP

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    I looked and the certificate is okay. Thanks for the help. It still doesn't work on the Vista machine. I don't have issues with any other sites at the moment. I will let you know if more develops.

    Thanks for the help,
    Tre'

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