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4/29/11
Original Poster
Eponoumalan

Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE): The server closed the connection without sending any data.

For some time I struggle to connect with Google Chrome. When I open a page, the following message appears:
 
''No data received
Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data.
Here are some suggestions:
• Reload this web page later.
Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE): The server closed the connection without sending any data.''
 
 
Google Chrome version : 11.0.696.57 (Official Build 82915)
Operating System:Windows 7 SP1
 
I do not know what causes this but it happened since installation.
 
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Vasanth Periyasamy
5/2/11
Vasanth Periyasamy
I also face the same problem.
 
Error message :
 
No data received
Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data.
Here are some suggestions:
Reload this web page later.
Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE): The server closed the connection without sending any data.
 
Chrome version: 11.0.696.60 unknown
 
OS: Windows 7 SP1
atu23
5/2/11
atu23
What site are your trying to access? is it secure site?
5/2/11
Original Poster
Eponoumalan
@atu23 : Any site I try to access displays that error message. And I think they are all secure.
@Periyasami : Hope we'll find someone who could help.
 
Rgds.
fedxc
5/2/11
fedxc
I have the same problem.
 
Win XP 11.0.696.60
 
It happens with any website, it's random. Secure or not.
Reelix
5/4/11
Reelix
Win 7 x86
 
Google Chrome 12.0.742.16 (Official Build 83695) dev-m
WebKit 534.30 (branches/chromium/742@85351)
V8 3.2.10.5
Flash 10,3,181,12
User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1) AppleWebKit/534.30 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/12.0.742.16 Safari/534.30
 
Happens randomly (Every 20th page or so) - Clicking the address bar and pressing enter (Refreshing the request) fixes the problem (Until it happens again)
 
Gets annoying after awhile :p
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skwunk
6/16/14
skwunk

I think it is computer virus or malware related.

It happens to me on Chrome, Firefox and Opera that I cannot log into Yahoo mail or eBay.  I get the login screens but when I submit the login either nothing happens at all or I get an error about the password/username or I get 'no data'.

For hours that can happen. Like all day.  All day today for instance I can't get anywhere on this machine.

But go to another machine on my home wifi network and I log into Yahoo and eBay okay.  In fact Yahoo I didn't even have to log into - it just dropped straight into an inbox.

So I think it is either some bad thing got into this machine or Yahoo and eBay are both using some technique that flags a machine as being suspect and won't let it log in, won't talk to  it.

I was getting, from Yahoo, screens at every login asking me to make a new password  and give a phone number. I wouldn't do it. Didn't do it.  I use a lot of VPN from this machine.  So maybe that's something to do with it.  eBay and Yahoo think this machine is suss because its IP kept changing to random points all over the world so they've 'blacklisted' it without telling me..  without messaging that machine.

And that 'drop straight in' thing with the Yahoo account makes me wonder, too. That machine is on this network. It would have the same IP, just a different port number for the NAT table.  Maybe that's got something to do with it?

How or why I don't know.

And I often have two Yahoo accounts open at once on this machine. We share this machine. We've found we can each have our mail open if we use different browsers.  So we used to often do that.

But now, of course, neither of us can get on.  Can't get past the login screen.

Could be malware or virus or something but I doubt it. Too specific to those two sites: Yahoo and eBay.  I suspect Yahoo and eBay themselves and their security procedures.

Anyone see any plausibility in any of that?



 
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