Ran into the same issue and found that my VPN(NordVPN) could also be marked as a interference. I do not carry enough expertise in this field to state that the issue is the VPN and not the browser interaction with a VPN.
I contacted my VPN supplier and they gave me the following workaround:
Please try switching the connection protocol to TCP. It can be changed in the NordVPN application settings.
On Windows application: click ‘Auto Connect’ on the left side of the Settings menu > disable Choose a VPN protocol and server automatically > VPN protocol > Select OpenVPN (TCP).
If the issue persists, please open the command line prompt with administrator privileges (You can learn how to open and run the command prompt as an Administrator here: https://www.dell.com/support/article/en-US/sln265940/the-command-prompt-what-it-is-and-how-to-use-it-on-a-dell-system?lang=en ) and type in these commands:
netsh winsock reset
netsh interface ipv4 reset
netsh interface ipv6 reset
netsh interface ip delete destinationcache
netsh winsock reset catalog
After that please restart your computer and see if the issue would persist.
Just switching to the OpenVPN(TCP) protocol worked for me.