If you’re seeing this error pop up in your browser, don’t worry- the solution is simpler than you may think
For all of the moving parts of a browser, along with the myriad elements that make up a connection between servers, most people encounter surprisingly few errors when browsing the web. However, when errors like PR_CONNECT_RESET_ERROR do appear, they can act as a roadblock, especially when the fix isn’t obvious or intuitive.
Luckily, this particular error isn’t a hard one to solve. In fact, much of the solution involves toggling elements on and off to get things working. The trick is to know which elements to modify and when.
In this video, we‘re going to show you how to fix the PR_CONNECT_RESET_ERROR in Firefox. Why we’re focusing on the Firefox browser will become clear, although we’ll also mention other browsers too.
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0:52 What the PR_CONNECT_RESET_ERROR Is
1:44 Clear Your Browser Cache
3:02 Disable Any Firewalls or Security Software
4:07 Disable Your VPN or Proxy
5:21 Disable Firefox Extensions and Add-Ons
How To Resolve the PR_CONNECT_RESET_ERROR