Chrome: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE1 Recommended Answer
This page isn’t working
website didn’t send any data.
You can try some of these fixes below which might help you troubleshoot the issue:
1)Fix using CMD:
- Run Command Prompt as Admin.
- Run all the commands listed:
ipconfig /renewnetsh int ip set dns
netsh winsock reset
- Restart your PC.
Note: Restarting your PC is crucial and this will reset your network completely, meaning after you restart your PC, all the web pages will start loading and you will not receive theerr_empty_response error anymore.
- Open “Network and Sharing Center“.
- Right-click on Network Adapter.
- Click on ‘Properties‘.
- Move to the Networking tab.
- Double-click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
- Use the following DNS addresses:
Preferred DNS Server: 220.127.116.11
Alternate DNS Server:18.104.22.168
Try if this works.
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