This article will help you to fix ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE error on Google Chrome for Windows 10/8/7.

Google Chrome is now the most popular web browser in the world. But, if you are browsing the web with Google Chrome, you may encounter various errors like ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE, ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR, ERR_QUIC_PROTOCOL_ERROR, ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR, ERR_CACHE_MISS, ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS, ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED, ERR_CONNECTION_RESET and more.

ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE Error On Google Chrome

No data received ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE, Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data


It seems that your computer has been connected to the Internet, but you can’t even access a web page in your Chrome browser. ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE usually happens while you are trying to log in a website. It blocks you away from reaching it. There are various reasons caused this error, which can be either from the web server or your computer.

Well, here are some solutions that you can try to get this error resolved.

How to Fix ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE Error on Google Chrome

Method 1. Reset Network Settings

The ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE error might be appearing because of improper network or DNS settings on your computer. Thus, you should reset or flush these settings.

Step 1. Click Start menu and type “cmd“. Then Right click on Command Prompt in the result and click Run as administrator.

Step 2. When Command Prompt window opens, type the following lines one by one and press Enter after each:

ipconfig /release
ipconfig /all
ipconfig /flushdns
ipconfig /renew
netsh int ip set dns
netsh winsock reset

Step 3. Restart your computer then open your Chrome and check if the problem resolves.

Method 2. Clear browser cache

If you receive the “This page isn’t working ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE” error message while browsing the Internet on Chrome browser, you should be able to fix the issue by deleting Chrome browsing data.

Step 1. Open your Chrome browser. And then press Ctrl + Shift + Delete keys on the keyboard at the same time.
Step 2. When the new window opens, start at the top to select “All time” next to the “Time range” section.

Step 3. Make sure that the following sections are checked. Then click the Clear data button.

  • Browsing History
  • Download History
  • Cookies and Other Site Data
  • Cached images and Files

After the process is completed, restart your Chrome browser then check if the error is gone.

Method 3. Update the browser

You can face problems while trying to access the Internet if you are using an outdated browser. Hence, you should update your Chrome browser.

Step 1. Open Google Chrome.
Step 2. On the top right corner, click on Menu Chrome Menu Button button > Help > About Google Chrome.

Step 3. If an update for your Chrome browser is available you will be prompted with the implied update. After that, follow on-screen prompts and wait until process finish.

Method 4. Test with another browser

If all the solutions above can’t fix this problem, there may be issues with your Chrome browser itself. You can use a different browser, like Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer and then check if you can browse the Internet normally.

Several weeks before, I received the error “No data received ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE, Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data” on my website Windows10freeapps. Many also faced the same error with a different error message like “Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE), The server closed the connection without sending any data“.
The “Error 324 net :: err_empty_response when loading URL” is happening because of Internet connection. There is no problem with the website’s server because I’m the web developer and I received the error then I also contact the host support and also check my server. So, I’m sure that there is no problem with the server at all.

That’s about it. Please feel free to contact me if you have any suggestions or questions on how to fix Err_Empty_Response error on Google Chrome for Windows 10/8/7.

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