- Verify Group Policy setting
- Check Registry values
- Disable extensions
To learn more about these steps, continue reading.
- Open the Google Chrome browser.
After that, reload the website.
- Open the website on Google Chrome.
- Click the lock icon and select the Site settings option.
- Select the Allow option.
After that, reload the same website. Hopefully, now you won’t find the issue anymore.
3] Verify Group Policy setting
- Press Win+R to open the Run prompt.
- Type gpedit.msc and hit the Enter button.
- Navigate to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Google Chrome > Content settings.
- Choose the Not Configured option and click the OK button.
Following that, restart the Google Chrome browser and check if the problem has been resolved or not.
Note: If these changes do not make anything positive, you can revert all the changes using the same guide. In that case, you need to select the Enabled option instead of Not Configured.
4] Check Registry values
- Press Win+R > type regedit > hit the Enter button.
- Click the Yes button in the UAC prompt.
- Navigate to this path:
- Click the Yes button.
- Navigate to
- Restart your computer.
After that, you should not get any issues on any website.
5] Disable extensions
That’s all! Hope this guide helped.