Fix ERR_CACHE_MISS Error In Google Chrome On Windows 10

Google Chrome is a popular and widely used browsers today. Considered to be the best user-friendly browser and preferred by many for its speed in loading websites. Although Google chrome is a stable browser, there are instances when Windows users experienced errors such as ERR_CACHE_MISS that usually appears as Confirm Form resubmission. This means that the webpage that you are trying to access to is requiring the resubmission of data using google chrome. In this latest installment of our troubleshooting series, we will talk about the recommended solutions that you can do to fix ERR_CACHE_MISS on Google Chrome browser.

What to do if ERR_CACHE_MISS error in Google Chrome occurs

There are several factors that can cause Confirm Form resubmission error ERR_CACHE_MISS in Google chrome such as issues with the browser itself, browser cache is unstable, issues with the network connection to issues with browser configurations. Listed below are the troubleshooting solutions that you can perform to fix the error on Google Chrome.

But before performing the recommended troubleshooting solutions below, its best to restart your Windows computer first. This action refreshes the Windows operating system and removes any corrupt temporary data that could be causing the problem.

Solution 1: Reload the page

Most of the time, the common cause for website related problems not able to load a webpage are issues with the network. To fix this, you can simply reload the page you are trying to visit and check if the error will be fixed.

You can reload the web page by simply clicking on the reload icon that is usually located at the upper left corner just beside the address bar on Google Chrome browser.

Solution 2: Update Google Chrome Browser

An old or outdated versions of Chrome browser can cause error message to appear preventing users to access a website. Updating browser to the latest version fixes bugs and issues that can prevent error message to occur during website access.

To do this:

  1. Open Google Chrome browser.

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  2. Click on the 3 vertical dots located at the upper right corner.

    Alternatively, at the address bar of Google chrome browser, type the following and press Enter “chrome://help”. This step also updates the chrome browser automatically. ERR_CACHE_MISS Error In Google Chrome

  3. Choose Help from the drop down menu.

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  4. Choose About Google Chrome from the drop down menu.

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  5. Google Chrome will automatically check for updates.

    After Google chrome finished checking for update and is up to date, Close the browser.ERR_CACHE_MISS Error In Google Chrome

Relaunch Browser to apply changes made if there are any and then check if ERR_CACHE_MISS error in Chrome still occurs.

Solution 3: Clear Browsing Data cache system

There’s a possibility that if there are more corrupt files in Chrome cache system it may have caused the error to occur. To fix this, you may need to clear google chrome browsing data cache on your chrome browser and check if the issue will be fixed.

To do this:

  1. Launch Google chrome
  2. Click on the 3 vertical dots located at the upper right.
  3. Click More tools from the drop down menu.
  4. Click Clear browsing data from the drop down menu, a new window opens.
  5. At new window, you can choose the Time range from when computer started to experience the error. Or you can choose ALL time option.
  6. Make sure all options below time range are checked
  7. Click clear data to start clearing browser cache. wait for it to complete.
  8. Exit Google Chrome
  9. Restart computer.

Check if ERR_CACHE_MISS error in Google Chrome still occurs.

Solution 4: Disable Google Chrome Browser Extensions

There’s a possibility that error occurs because of unnecessary browser extensions installed on Chrome. The extensions may have been corrupted or interferes with the browser to connect to the webpage. To fix this, try to disable chrome browser extensions one by one.

To do this:

  1. Open Google Chrome browser.
  2. Click the three vertical dots located at the upper right corner.
  3. Click More Tools from the drop down menu.
  4. Click Extensions at the drop down menu. A list of extensions will appear, make sure to disable all enabled extensions one by one by ticking the slider.
  5. Close Chrome.

Check if ERR_CACHE_MISS error in Google Chrome still occurs.

Solution 5: Reset Network Settings

As mentioned, issues with the network connection can cause the ERR_CACHE_MISS error to occur when trying to load a webpage on Google Chrome browser. To fix this, you may need to reset your network settings.

To do this:

  1. At the search bar located the lower left, type ‘Command Prompt”
  2. Right click on command prompt result and click Run as Administrator from the drop down menu.
  3. At Command prompt window, type the following commands and press Enter after each command.
  4. Type ipconfig/release and press Enter
  5. Type ipconfig/all and press Enter
  6. Type ipconfig/flushdns and press Enter
  7. Type ipconfig/renew and press Enter
  8. Type netsh int ip set dns and press Enter
  9. Type netsh winsock reset and press Enter
  10. Type ipconfig renew and press Enter
  11. Restart computer

Once computer completely reboots, check if error ERR_CACHE_MISS in Google Chrome still occurs.

Solution 6: Reset Browser Settings

If after resetting the network settings and the error still exists, perhaps the culprit is on the browser settings itself. You may need to reset browser settings to confirm this.

To do this:

  1. Open Google Chrome browser.
  2. Click on three vertical dots located at the upper right corner.
  3. Click Settings from the drop down menu.
  4. At left pane, click Advanced.
  5. At right pane under Reset and clean up, click Restore settings to their original defaults.
  6. A prompt message appears, click Reset Settings to confirm.

Relaunch Google Chrome browser and then check if ERR_CACHE_MISS error message in Chrome still occurs.

Solution 7: Disable Cache System

The solution requires using the DevTools on chrome browser. Make sure to the developer tools on the web page that is displaying ERR_CACHE_MISS error message.

  1. Open Google Chrome browser.
  2. Click on three vertical dots located at the upper right corner.
  3. Click More tools
  4. Click Developer Tools from the drop down menu.
  5. Press F1 on your keyboard to open Settings
  6. Stay on Preferences tab at left pane
  7. At right pane, scroll down and locate Network section
  8. Under Network section, make sure to check Disable cache (while DevTools is open) option.
  9. Click refresh icon on the left side corned beside the address bar. Make sure DevTools is still open.

Load a webpage again and then check if ERR_CACHE_MISS error message in Chrome still occurs.

After performing the solutions listed above you will successfully Fix ERR_CACHE_MISS Error In Google Chrome On Windows 10. For more troubleshooting videos visit our TheDroidGuy Youtube Channel

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