If you are surfing the internet on regular basis then, you have seen this error at least once.
Sometimes, while surfing the internet, it suddenly appears along with an error message on white page Confirm Form Resubmission.
When Does This Error Occur:
- While accessing other websites.
- While accessing your own website.
- While accessing Google Chrome Development Tool.
Sometimes, we got panic, when this error appears on our own website. But do not worry!
You are not alone! In this article, I will guide you with screenshots on how to fix this common error in Google Chrome.
What Is ERR_CACHE_MISS Error?
It is one of the most common error that prevents Chrome users from accessing the website.
I’ll discuss various methods to fix this error. Follow that method which suit you otherwise you can skip that method.
Before going to the solution, you should check – Is your google chrome is the latest version.
If it is not, upgrade it to the latest one. Because sometimes, the problem is with your outdated version.
It is not only about the chrome, but all the programs and software you use in your computer should have in the latest version.
If the issue is with your old chrome then, the problem should fix after upgrading the chrome.
After upgrading the chrome to the latest one, if your issue still insists. Then follow the steps given below that will definitely solve the problem.
How to Fix?
Method 1 (Disable the cache system)
You can also use a development tool to disable the cache. It is not important to have a developer for this method.
Normal users can also fix the error using this technique.
- Open Google Chrome, and press Ctrl + Shift + I.
- Console Window appears at the bottom of the screen.
- Click on the Network.
- Press F1.
- Locate the option – Disable Cache(while DevTools in open).
- Then refresh the page using Ctrl + F5 and check if the error resolves.
Method 2 (Clears Cache)
Sometimes, corrupted browsing files or data are the sources of these types of errors including ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED. In this case, you need to clear your browser cache.
If you don’t know how to clear cache in Google Chrome, then don’t worry, you are not alone at any stage of solving this annoying error.
Clear browser cache is very easy and, it takes just a few seconds.
To Clear Cache in Google Chrome, do the following steps:
- Click on the three dots on the upper right side of the chrome screen.
- Select More Tools » Clear Browsing Data.
- A pop up of Clear Browsing Data is displayed. You can also use the Ctrl+Shift+Del shortcut keys to enter the Clear Browsing Data Window.
- Choose All Time On the Time Range field and Make sure to check all the items.
- Click On Clear Data.
After that, Re-Open Chrome and check if the error disappear.
Method 3 (Check browser extensions)
Sometimes the problem is with your Extensions or Plugins which you have added to your browser.
Check your extensions to find the source of the error.
It is quite easy to find the culprit extensions using disabling the extensions one by one.
- Click on the three dots which is at the right upper side of the screen.
- Click on More Tools.
- Select Extensions.
- Disable all the extensions one by one.
After disabling each extension, refresh or reload your page to check if the problem still persists.
If you find the culprit one, delete that extension permanently and find the alternate one.
Method 4 (Reset your browser)
Another reason for this error is the improper configurations of the browser. You can reset your web browser to the default settings.
- Click on the three dots as in the previous steps.
- Select Settings.
- Scroll down the screen and click on Advance.
- Again, scroll down the screen. Under the Reset and clean up, click on Restore settings to their original defaults.
- Click on Show advanced settings at the bottom. Then scroll down and click on Reset settings.
- Reset settings pop up will appear.
- Click Reset Settings to reset the browser.
Method 5 (Reset network settings)
Sometimes, the error is with the incorrect network settings in your computer. You need to reset the network settings.
To Reset the Network Settings, do the following:
- Press Windows + R key to open run window.
- Type cmd and hit Enter.
- Run the following commands one by one. Hit Enter key after running each command.
ipconfig /release ipconfig /all ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /renew netsh int ip set dns netsh winsock reset
Once it is done, restart your computer. Open your Chrome browser and see the error is gone.
There were the methods to fix this error. There are so many common errors which encounter while surfing the internet.
But do not panic in these cases! Just search your query on google and find the best ways to solve your problem.
I hope this article helped you fix this type of error in Google Chrome. Do not forget to share it!