- 1 What to do if it says this page isn’t working?
- 2 Why is page not working?
- 3 How do I fix this page isn’t working on my phone?
- 4 Why is my Google page not working?
- 5 Why certain websites are not opening?
- 6 How do I fix Google Chrome not loading pages?
- 7 Why won’t some websites load on my phone?
- 8 What causes Chrome Aw snap error?
- 9 Why is Google Chrome always aw snap?
- 10 How do I clean my cache?
- 11 Is there a problem with Google today?
What to do if it says this page isn’t working?
The first 7 suggestions are meant for end-users whereas the rest are for website administrators:
- Hard reload.
- Clear cache and cookies.
- Change internet connection.
- Flush DNS cache.
- Disable extensions.
- Disable VPN.
- Scan PC for malware/adware.
- Check. htaccess file for redirection.
Why is page not working?
If you can’t access any websites, make sure your computer is connected to your network. Check your Wi-Fi settings or, if you use a wired connection, make sure your Ethernet cable hasn’t slipped out. To do so, unplug your modem and router, wait for 10 seconds, plug it back in, and then try the website again.
How do I fix this page isn’t working on my phone?
Clear your cache and cookies
- Tap More. Settings.
- Tap Privacy and security. Clear browsing data.
- Next to “Time range,” choose All time.
- Select Cookies and site data and Cached images and files. Deselect the other types of data.
- Tap Clear data.
- Try reloading the tab with the error.
Why is my Google page not working?
A program or process currently running on your computer might be causing problems with Chrome. You can restart your computer to see if that fixes the problem. Uninstalling and reinstalling Chrome can fix problems with your search engine, pop-ups, updates, or other problems that might have prevented Chrome from opening.
Why certain websites are not opening?
Your Internet service provider might have blocked access to specific websites, e.g., YouTube, Blogger, or maybe a personal domain. Your Windows Firewall is blocking access to a particular website. Your browser is loading the webpage from its internal cache. Your browser has a site-blocking extension installed.
How do I fix Google Chrome not loading pages?
Here’s how to do it:
- Launch Chrome browser.
- Tap the three vertical dots at the top right corner of the page.
- Scroll down to settings and select it.
- Locate privacy and tap on it.
- Tap clear browsing data.
- Check all the boxes and tap clear data.
- Load the website again.
Why won’t some websites load on my phone?
Clear Cache and Data of your browser. Try using a different internet browsing application like Chrome or Samsung Internet. You can download these applications directly from the Google PlayStore. Check for any available Software Updates for your device and if available, download and install.
What causes Chrome Aw snap error?
When you’re browsing the Web with Google Chrome, you might see an “Aw, Snap!” error message if you try to visit certain websites. This happens when Chrome detects a problem and the page won’t load. If the message keeps appearing, your browser may be corrupted. You can fix this by creating a new user profile.
Why is Google Chrome always aw snap?
If you’re getting the “Aw, Snap” error or another error code instead of a webpage, Chrome is having problems loading. You might also see the page loading slowly or not opening at all. The following error codes mean there’s a problem opening the page. ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED: The hostname (web address) doesn’t exist.
How do I clean my cache?
In the Chrome app
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app.
- At the top right, tap More.
- Tap History. Clear browsing data.
- At the top, choose a time range. To delete everything, select All time.
- Next to “Cookies and site data” and “Cached images and files,” check the boxes.
- Tap Clear data.
Is there a problem with Google today?
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