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7/18/17
Original Poster
ivan.anta

Chrome: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE

When I open one website it says

This page isn’t working

website didn’t send any data.

ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE

This happened only in Google Chrome. In other browsers website working fine. I tried to reset chrome, clear cache, browsing history, flush dns, winsock, ip release/renew etc. Everything... but google chrome still shows this error. 
http - working fine
https - not working (ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE)
 
However, this has begun to happen when website changed IP address (migrated on another server). I tested this on many computers and almost everywhere I got ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE. 
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vidhi yadav
7/18/17
vidhi yadav
Hi Ivan,

Thanks for reporting the issue on Google Chrome Help Forum!

These 324 err_empty_response error messages can appear during program installation, while a Google Inc.-related software program (eg. Google Chrome) is running, during Windows startup or shutdown, or even during the installation of the Windows operating system. 

You can try some of these fixes below which might help you troubleshoot the issue:

1)Fix using CMD:

  1. Run Command Prompt as Admin.
  2. Run all the commands listed:
    ipconfig /release
    ipconfig /all
    ipconfig /flushdns
    ipconfig /renewnetsh int ip set dns
    netsh winsock reset
  3. 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.

2)Change your DNS Addresses

  1. Open “Network and Sharing Center“.
  2. Right-click on Network Adapter.
  3. Click on ‘Properties‘.
  4. Move to the Networking tab.
  5. Double-click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
  6. Use the following DNS addresses:
    Preferred DNS Server: 
    8.8.8.8
    Alternate DNS Server:
    8.8.4.4

Try if this works.


Regards,

Vidhi Yadav

7/18/17
Original Poster
ivan.anta
Hi vidhi yadav,
thank you for answer.

As I wrote, I already tried that. It's not working. 
I also tried to open website on different network via mobile phone and it's the same (EMPTY_RESPONSE). 
I tried to open website on fresh Windows 10 (just installed) with just installed Chrome (without any extension) and Chrome also shows ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE.

This is only related to Google Chrome. On any other browser website working fine.
Zarah - Community Specialist
7/18/17
Zarah - Community Specialist
Hi Ivan and Vidhi,

Welcome to the Google Chrome Help Forum.

@Vidhi: Thanks for pitching in!

@Ivan: Thanks for sharing the information! I see that you're using Chrome Canary, I'd recommend you try the installing Chrome Stable using the offline installer: Chrome Stable or by using this link.

Let me know how it goes.

Regards,
Zarah
krtulmay
7/18/17
krtulmay
@ivan, could you provide the website URL for us to help check?
7/18/17
Original Poster
ivan.anta
Hi Zarah,
 I am using Chrome Stable, and after this error I installed Canary to see results. So, this happened on both browsers. 

However, I tested this from other locations and somewhere it's working, somewhere not. For instance, at my work it's not working (tested on more than 10 computers), from my home it's working, from my friend home it's not working. Than I tested from public wifi network via mobile and it's not working. First I though it was problem with server, than I realize it's problem with Chrome (maybe specific version or something...but almost all browsers updated and using stable version).

@krtulmay 

I attached 2 screenshots (second is from mobile phone and city public network)

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7/21/17
Original Poster
ivan.anta
Mario Laflamme,

thank you for this.

This solve the problem for me.
 
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