Service connection error. There may be a technical issue with your service which is preventing you from establishing a connection.
This could be related to connecting to Google or other websites, while other websites have no problem connecting. If you press F5 the browser window will refresh, if you press ctrl + F5 the browser will refresh at the server and this may resolve the issue for a glitchy connection.
This can also relate to corrupted cache data or cookies.
In Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9, go to the tools menu and choose internet options. On the general tab choose to delete browsing history. This will delete history, cookies and cache. Restart Internet Explorer.
If this is specific to a standalone computer or laptop (not on other PC’s on the network) your hosts file may have picked up URL lines. To have Microsoft fix your hosts file and reset it back to default visit http://support.microsoft.com/kb/972034 for Windows 7.
Still not fixed? Try resetting your DNS cache settings. An easy method is to navigate to the device management interface via control panel, locate your network adaptor, choose uninstall and restart your computer. This will reset your DNS and TCP settings.