Err_Empty_Response – Explained With Solutions
Google Chrome is a great browser but sometimes it does create some sticky problems when the time of using it. Mainly this Err_Empty_Response is also known for its error code name “324” and the main reason behind this error to show up on your screen is, when a browser tries to connect to the website but not able to download the data from its server due to lack of internet connectivity, misconfigured internet setting, and maybe that website’s server related problem.
Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE): The server closed the connection without sending any data.
It’s possible you can seeing this error on some particular or maybe on a single website and it’s also possible that website can be your own website too. So, don’t worry about it because I have some perfect solutions what you can easily try to fix your Google chrome or maybe your own website.
So, now the thing is I categorized all the solutions according to the different conditions what people have and those conditions are like:
- Having this error on single or multiple websites.
- Having this error on your own website.
Now I started with the first one and if you have the second condition at your side then you can skip all the procedures given in the first part and move to the second one, listed down below:
#Condition 1 – Problem on Single or Multiple Websites
Here’s the message what I got recently:
My name is Irene It either does that or maybe don’t loads and give me the ‘timeout error message’. This error also shows on many different websites and recently it happens quite a lot and now I feels it very irritating while I’m browsing and the only thing what I’ve tried is to restart the browser to access a site whenever my Chrome decides to drama up the situation.
If that’s the case with you then now you’ll need to try all the given solution listed below until you’ve fix your issue just like the Irene did.
Solution 1 – Reset Internet Setting
By saying reset Internet setting I mean you’ll need to flush your DNS and Renew you Network IP Address and to do so:
#To Flush DNS On WINDOWS
All these procedures are same for all Windows version:
- First, open the Run Commander in your Windows by pressing the Windows Key +R key at the same time.
- After that, type the “cmd” in the text box and that will open your Windows Command Prompt.
- Now type the command “ipconfig /flushdns” and then press enter, it will flush all cached DNS from your PC.
- After that restart your computer and test it, if the problem still stays then open the cmd again and try the 2ndcommand listed below.
- Second command: “netsh winsock reset catalog” (only try when the above once won’t works).
#To renew IP on Windows OS you’ll need to do:
- First, you’ll gonna have to open your Windows CMD Command Prompt.
- When its gets open, type “ipconfig /release” (without quotes) and press “Enter”.
- After that type “ipconfig /renew” (without quotes) and then press “Enter” again.
- Now type “exit” and press enter once more.
- Restart your computer and test it, if the problem stays then move to the next solution.
Solution 2 – Resting Java Setting
If your computer or laptop have installed any version of Java in their Windows Operation System then the second best thing what you can try is to reset that software’s setting to its default state.
- Open your Windows Control Panel.
- Find the option named Java (if you can’t able to find it then your computer don’t have any version of java installed in it and you can skip this step).
- Click on the Setting button under the Temporary internet files.
- Click on the Restore Default button to make changes in the configuration.
- After that restart your computer to feel the difference, if not solved then move to the next solution.
Solution 3 – Power Cycle
By saying Power Cycle I mean reboot your router or modem and everything connected between your ISP and the device. Doing this power cycle does helps when our computers system can’t able to get online or having some issue to get Internet access on any device or maybe your Internet connection cannot be established on your router/gateway.
To Power Cycle or Reboot your Network Device like Modem/Router, please follow these steps:
- Switch off the router button (if it’s having) and unplug the power cable from your modem or router.
- Then Leave it unplugged for 1 minute
- Now Plug it back the power cable to your modem or router and verify that you are again connected to the Internet or not.
After that, if your internet still doesn’t work on your device and you’re still getting this Err_Empty_Response, then you try to call your ISP and tell them about your problem after when you’ve done with this tutorial.
Solution 4 – Repairing Or Clean Junk Windows Registry
The registry is the main target when a virus or malware starts to corrupt your windows and a single Changed value in your windows registry can cause this network error.
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#Condition 2 – Problem on Your Own Website
If you’re a website owner, at least once in time you did get this “Err_Empty_Response” error problem, and I found it’s really a common problem if you’re using any shared hosting plan for your website.
This error fully indicates your website is down or maybe something happing with your websites coding and whatever’s the reasons is, it can be your server who shuts off or maybe it can be the high traffic load which creating this problem or at last maybe it can be a plugin or some code who create this issue.
If you’re a WordPress User you can try to do things listed below:
- The best thing to do is to make sure that all plugins you are running are up to date and compatible with the WordPress version what you are using. So, just go to Cpanel and open your Website’s main root directory and find the plugins folder and after finding it, just rename it by “plugins1” and save the new name. After that try to open your websites and if its works then rename that folder back to “plugins” and re-enable plugins one by one in your WordPress Admin’s Page.
- Check your .htaccess file because most of the time it’s the one which can be changed by a lot of different reasons. So, make sure you do have your .htaccess file in your website’s root directory and open that file to make sure that the all internal coding is still looking perfect or not.
- Contact your host provider is the best option what you can try at last.