The error 103 may occur either due to issues in your Google Chrome browser or system issues. If the error 103 occurs when using Chrome, this means there is a conflict between Google Chrome and the antivirus program running on your PC.
It is displayed in either of the following formats:
‘Chrome error 103 connection aborted’, ‘Chrome error 103 err_connection_aborted’ or ‘Error 103 (net: ERR_CONNECTION_ABORTED): Unknown error.
However, if this is a system error code, it may be displayed in the following format ‘The semaphore cannot be set again’ or as ‘ERROR_TOO_MANY_SEM_REQUESTS’ or as the value 0x67.
The error 103 is triggered due to multiple reasons such as:
The conflict between Google Chrome and anti-viruses arises because when the web browser attempts to update, the anti-virus programs on your PC may view the update as a threat.
Due to this, the connection to the internet is terminated and the error 103 message is displayed on your computer screen. And besides, this keeps you from upgrading your Google Chrome browser too.
What are the solutions to fix it?