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Fix ERR_CACHE_MISS Error Message On Google Chrome

Google Chrome is one of the most used web browsers by Windows users. And to stay on top, they recently introduced a ton of features, but this makes the software more complex and therefore more error-prone. It’s not serious. There are different types of errors that can occur with this level of program complexity. In this article, we will see how to fix – This site cannot be loaded from cache, ERR_CACHE_MISS error message on Google Chrome on Windows 10/8/7 computers.

Fix ERR_CACHE_MISS Error on Chrome

It should be mentioned that when the user receives this error, there is no direct fault in the browser. There are issues with caching website data locally on the computer. This error can also occur when a website is coded incorrectly or if there are browser extensions that conflict with the proper functioning of the website.

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We will check the following fixes-

  1. Clear browser data.
  2. Use the developer tools.
  3. Flush DNS cache
  4. Remove the conflicting browser extension.

1]Clear browser data

Chances are that some browser data is conflicting with the website loading. It can be a very basic solution, but in this case it can be proven to be very reliable.

To do this, start by opening Google Chrome. Now hit the CTRL+H combination of keys on your keyboard.

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This will open a new panel to delete your browsing history and other data.

Check all the boxes you see and finally click on Clear browsing data.

Restart your browser and check if your error is fixed or not.

2]Use Developer Tools

Open Google Chrome and tap the CTRL+Shift+I combination of keys on your keyboard. And then hit F1.

This will open the settings tab in Chrome Developer Tools.

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Now select Disable cache (when DevTools is open) and apply these settings.

Just Refresh your page and check if all previously seen entries inside the Network the tab has disappeared.

Now try to load the same page and check if your problem is solved.

3]Flush DNS Cache

4]Remove conflicting browser extensions

Chances are that the extensions and toolbars installed on your browser are conflicting with your website loading. So, to fix this issue, you need to remove or disable these extensions and toolbars.

Let us know if anything here helped you.

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