“No Data Received ERR EMPTY RESPONSE” is one of the most common Chrome browser error codes that we frequently come across. This article is going to give you a guideline about how to get rid of this “ERR EMPTY RESPONSE” problem.
What Causes The No Data Received ERR EMPTY RESPONSE Chrome Browser Error Issue
This error message is most common in the Google Chrome browser for those who use Windows PC. Some of the causes that lead to this problem are-
• When the computer crashes
• When the system freezes
• Invalid .htaccess code
• Problem with the Internet connection
A Detailed Guideline On How To Fix This Issue Permanently
If you are wondering as to how to get rid of this problem, here is some of how you can take care of this issue.
1. You Can Disable Internet Browser Extensions And Add-Ons
By disabling the Internet Browser extension and the Add-ons, we can solve this problem. To disable Internet Browser Extensions and Add-ons, you first have to go to the start menu or directly go to the browser. Once the browser opens, click on the menu option on the right side of the top of the page. From there, choose the “More Tools” option. There you will find the “Extensions” tab which you have to open and uncheck. Once you have unchecked the “Extensions” tab, close it and you are done.
2. Turn Off Or Reinstall Antivirus
If you want to turn off or reinstall the antivirus, you first have to go to the start menu where you will find the “Control Panel.” From the “Control Panel,” you have to select “Security” and then “Security Centre.” If your Antivirus Software is detected by Windows, it will give you protection against any detected Virus when the software is on. You can check help if you need any information on how to disable the antivirus software. This is another method by which you can permanently fix this err ERR EMPTY RESPONSE Google Chrome code problem.
3. DNS Flushing In CMD (Command Prompt)
To flush the DNS in CMD, you have to undergo the following steps. First, go to the Start menu and then look for CMD (Command Prompt) and click on it to open it. A pop-up appears where you have to type the command “ipconfig/flushdns” and press “Enter.” Wait for some time and then close the tab once you are done.
4. Clear Internet Browser Cookies And Cache
If you want to clear Cookies and Cache, first open your browser. Click on “Settings” tab or go to “History.” Click on the “Clear browsing data” option from where you have to tick on “Caches” and “Cookies.” When you click on their drop-down menu, you will find “From the Beginning” option which you have to click. Then select “Clear Browsing Data” option and wait for some time. Close the tab once the deletion is complete.
5. Check Thoroughly Your Local Area Network Settings
Malfunctioning in LAN settings could also cause No Response error code. To check your LAN settings, first, choose the Start menu and then go to Control Panel. Click on internet options and from there go to “Connection” tab. Next go to “LAN Settings,” select “Use a proxy server for your LAN” and then put a tick mark on “Automatically detect settings” option. This is another method by which you can fix this issue.
6. Turn Off Windows Firewall Settings
If you want to disable or turn off Windows Firewall Setting, first you have to go to the Start Menu and then go to the “Control Panel.” Then you have to select “Windows Firewall” and click the “Turn Windows Firewall on or off” from where you have to tick the “Turn Windows Firewall off (not recommended).” Next, click on “OK” and wait for your work to be done.
7. Scan Your Computer For Viruses And Malware
From the Start menu click on “Microsoft Security Essentials,” if you want to conduct a full scan of your PC, mark the “Full” option and then click on “Scan now.” Close the tab when the scan is complete.