The "net::ERR_INCOMPLETE_CHUNKED_ENCODING" error in Chrome is usually caused by a problem with the website you are trying to load. This error can occur if the website's server is sending an incomplete response, or if there is a problem with the connection between your computer and the website.

Here are a few things you can try to fix this error:

  1. Try reloading the page: Sometimes, simply reloading the page can fix the error.

  2. Check your internet connection: Make sure that you have a stable internet connection. If you are using a wireless connection, try moving closer to your router or try using a wired connection.

  3. Clear your browser cache and cookies: Clearing your cache and cookies can help fix the error if it is caused by a problem with your browser's cache.

  4. Disable extensions: If you have any extensions installed in your browser, try disabling them one by one to see if this fixes the error.

  5. Restart your router and modem: Restarting your router and modem can help if the error is caused by a problem with your internet connection.

If none of these solutions work, the problem may be with the website itself, and you may need to contact the website owner or the website's hosting provider for assistance.