What to do if your Google Drive doesn’t connect

The Google Drive cloud storage is widely used in the modern world. People keep their information, share files, and make backups. However, sometimes this system doesn’t want to open or connect to your cloud storage.

If you have such a problem, check your connection. If you also have problems with other websites, it means that you have connectivity problems and need to solve them to open any websites. If you don’t know how to solve them, call your ISP.

If the problem is only with the desktop client, try to terminate the Googledrivesync.exe process and open it again. To do it, use the Task Manager app. If it wouldn’t help, you should try other ways to solve this issues with Google Driver.

Try refreshing the Google Drive Syncing feature, by opening it from the tray and restarting. If that doesn’t help, clear your browser cash. To do it, open its settings and look for the features for clearing cash and other temporary files.

If that still doesn’t help, try turning off the Windows Firewall or changing its settings. It may be that the firewall is configured to block the connections to the Google Drive system. You can manage these settings in the Windows Settings.