Google Chrome is the world’s 1st web browser, and so is the search, focused on the next web standard. Although the browser has been bloated for years, it is still at the top of the pile. If you’ve been a Chrome user for a long time, chances are you’ve run into a lot of issues in the past and don’t think about fixing each one. Today, we are going to talk about fixing an error that is known as data not found – ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE.
This error occurs when users try to access a website.
We don’t know why this is happening, but one thing we all believe is that there are many ways to fix this problem without using another web browser.
Check if your network connection works
Error, ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE, is not usually connected to the down network, but anything is possible if the software comes along that goes crazy. Therefore, we recommend that you use your internet connection to make sure everything is in order before taking any further drastic action.
- Bad DNS
There are times when the network disappears due to bad DNA. That’s why Google Chrome is displaying ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE, so it’s time to restart the entire network in hopes of a solution.
- Click the Start button and then type CMD. Display the search results command prompt, right-click on it, and select an administrator.
- After running the command prompt, type the following command one by one, and press Enter after each addition.
ipconfig / release
ipconfig / all
ipconfig / flushdns
ipconfig / renew
netsh int ip set dns
netsh winsock reset
Clear Chrome browsing data
Unless the browser’s data has been deleted for a while, bad things can happen to the browser. To help you fix this ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE error, we will explain how to delete your webpage data.
Press CTRL, Shift and Delete on your keyboard to start the command to clear browsing data.