Can't access websites in Google Chrome error: the requested URL could not be found

Original title: Error message

Hello, I get the message below when I try to go to a Web site, but only from Google Chrome, it works from Internet explore and he used to work in any case of Chrome before, so weird and so boring!

any ideas?
Thank you very much.
ERROR the requested URL could not be found

While trying to retrieve the requested URL, the following error was encountered:

  • Invalid query

Some aspects of the HTTP request is not valid. Possible problems:

  • Missing or unknown request method
  • Missing URL
  • Missing HTTP identifier (HTTP/1.0)
  • Demand is too great
  • Content-Length missing for POST request
  • Transfer-Encoding not supported
  • Illegal character in hostname

Footprint 4.8/FPMCP 

Hello

If I understand correctly, you are unable to open Web sites using Google Chrome and the same works fine in Internet Explorer.

Did you of recent changes made to your computer?

We will try the suggestions from the following link.

Clear your cache and other data from browser

http://support.Google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95582

If the problem persists, you can communicate with the support of Google Chrome.

http://productforums.Google.com/Forum/#! Forum/chrome

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