Yes. Ok. so now, this tells us that the computer is communicating just fine and can get to the "outside world". So now we are left with the fact that your browser, Google Chrome, is not displaying your pages.
Ok, so now we need to reset Chrome to it's default settings and this should clear the issue:
Click on your Start Orb (aka: The Start button), now find and open Control Panel.
In Control Panel, lets find the link that says "Classic View" (usually in the upper left corner of that screen) and click that link.
Now in your icons in that window, find "Folder Options" and open.
Next lets click on the tab that states, "View".
Next, in that list of checkboxes we need to find the small round buttons, "Show hidden files, folders, or drives" and make sure a check is IN that round button.
Now make sure the check is OUT of the one right below that, named, "Hide empty drives in the Computer folder". Also, make sure the check is OUT of the one right below that, "Hide extensions for known file types". Now, finally, make sure the check is OUT of the next one, "Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)".
Now click the "Apply" button on that window and then the "Ok" button.
Next, lets now click on the Start Orb, then click and open "Computer".
In the new window, find drive "C:" and double click to open.
Next you will have a list of files and folders. Lets find the one named "Users" and double click to open.
Now find your user name and double click to open.
Next, find "AppData" and double click to open.
Next find "Local" and open like the others.
Now find "Google" and open.
Now find "Chrome" and open.
Now, finally, find and open, "Applications".
Now what I want, is for you to find a file named "First Run". Click just ONCE on this file to highlight the file. Now tap once on your "Delete" key and lets delete that file.
Now find the folder, "User Data" and double click to open.
Now ALL the files and folders you see in this area, lets click and delete each until ALL are DELETED.
Next close all your windows and reboot the computer.
Now after reboot, lets try your Chrome and see if you can get web pages again.
I hope this solves the issue, but know, if not, I am here to help more.
Thank you and God bless