A web page may display error 107 with net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR description. Here are the steps to diagnose this problem.
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1. Download and install the Diagnostic
2. Run full scan
3. Perform system clean-up & repair
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Update Device Drivers
In most of the cases reported, this issue was caused due to outdated device drivers – software that facilitate communication between your operating system and hardware. Update the device drivers using the Free Wise Driver Care. Restart your computer after successful completion.
Uninstall Realtek Sound Driver
Realtek sound driver conflicts can wreak havoc your computer and produce error 107. Uninstalling malfunctioning driver can help. Fire up Device Manager tool in your Windows 10 using Windows Key + X key combinations and then choosing the appropriate option.
Uninstall Realtek Sound Driver from “Sound, video and game controllers” node. For earlier versions of Windows, type “Device Manager” in the Search box in the Start Menu. Besides, click Settings icon if you’re using Windows 8.1/ 8.
Prevent SSL Protocol Issues
Your web browser pops up error 107 due to SSL protocol conflicts. The website fails to use SSL protocol due to internal conflicts.
In the Internet Properties dialog box, uncheck the checkbox named “Show friendly HTTP error messages” under Browsing section and the Advanced tab. You can open the dialog box, by typing “inetcpl.cpl” in Search Box.
Delete Temporary Internet Files
Get rid of all corrupted web cache, temporarily downloaded Internet files, form fill-up data and so on. In the Internet Properties dialog box, choose to delete all browsing history by clicking Delete under Browsing History section of the General tab.
Add Domain Name to Trusted Sites List
The domain name currently opened in your browser has to be included in the Trusted Sites list using Internet Properties dialog box > Security tab > Trusted Sites > Sites. Copy-paste the website address and then click Add | Close | OK.
Enable SSL 2
From the main menu of Google Chrome, go to Under the Hood on the Options page. Check-up the box labeled “Use SSL 2.0”, and then close & re-open Google Chrome.
Restore Default Proxy Configs
Disable the automatic detecting your proxy settings from LAN Settings in Connections tab. You can find these settings in Internet Properties dialog.