While using Google Chrome, there are various errors or issues that we face. Most people use chrome to access the internet as it is the most popular web browser in the entire world.
So many times while browsing the internet, you find a message on a specific Google Chrome tab that says – The domain you are visiting is not working.
Or sometimes the message appears – This page isn’t working.
ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE usually occurs when you are trying to log in to a website.
There are a few reasons to have this error:
- Weak Internet Connection.
- Cache problem.
- Some specific programs such as extensions may corrupt your browser.
- Maybe from temp files.
In this article, we will discuss each method which can be used to fix the issue.
As before going to the problem fixing, make sure you have updated the Google Chrome to the latest version.
Sometimes, these kinds of annoying errors are with your outdated version of Chrome.
How To Fix?
1. Check Your Internet
The very thing you should check is your internet connection whether your PC is well connected to the internet.
It may be possible that the error is due to the poor internet connection.
2. Clear Browsing Data
Sometimes, your browser cache is the significant reason for this issue. The web browser data may lead to unexpected errors So, try to clear your browser cache.
To clear the browser cache, do the following steps:
- Press CTRL + SHIFT + DEL keys.
- Clear Browsing Data window will appear.
- Set the Time Range – All Time.
If you have a window of version 7 or less then, you will see the option – The beginning of time.
- Check all the options.
- Click on Clear Data.
3. Disable Extensions
One of the reasons for this error can be the extension, that you have downloaded in your browser.
It is rare to see that the error is with the extension of Google Chrome. But it may be possible also as one of the extension may corrupt.
So, to find out a source of the problem, disable all the chrome extensions one by one.
To disable the extensions, do the following steps.
- Click on three dots at the upper right side of the chrome screen.
- Go to More Tools » Extensions.
- Disable the Extensions one by one.
After disabling each extension, check your website for the error Whether the problem is solved.
If it does not resolve the issue, move to the further method.
4. Delete Temp Files
Most of the cases, the problem is with the temporary files on your computer.
Let’s have a look at how to delete temp files in windows 7 or others:
- Open Run window using WIN + R.
- Type %temp% and press enter.
- Temp files window will open. Delete all the temp files using CTRL + A and then select Delete.
Hope the article helps you to tackle this issue. Do not forget to share it!