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How to Troubleshoot Internal Server Error Using Chrome as an Example

Internet Explorer Not Responding

Common Browser Issues

When trying to open a website on Google Chrome sometimes an error page lands up denoting that something may have gone wrong on the web server, not the browser. According to the website you are visiting, this error may be shown as 500 Internal Server Error or something else. Since this error is website-generated, one could come across it on any browser or OS, including Google Chrome.

Contact the Website Owner if Needed

In most cases, you will have to report the issue to the site administrators if you already have their contact details. Even though the error is caused by, perhaps, the programming of the site, the below troubleshooting steps may help, so try them one by one. Even when the temporary issue Internet Explorer not responding pops up on Windows PC, you can fix it by force quitting the browser on Task Manager or by updating it to the latest version. So, Chrome users should clear the possible causes for the server error on their end as well.

Other Things to Try to Fix the Internal Server Error

  • Reload the problem webpage by pressing F5 on the keyboard.
  • Clear the browser cache. In case you are using Google Chrome, press Ctrl, Shift, and Delete keys to open Clear browsing data In that, select the Cached Images and Files checkbox and click Clear data button to confirm cache deletion. Exit all Chrome tabs and reopen it to see if the website is working. If not, move on to the next step.

Chrome Browsing Data

  • Delete the browser cookies. To do that on Google Chrome, type chrome://settings/ on the address bar of the browser and hit Enter. Then, under Privacy and Security heading, click Content settings, select See All Cookies and Site Data, and click Remove All Then, restart the browser to see if you can access the site.

Chrome Settings

Clear Cookies

 

These steps should fix the issue you were facing, if it is not on the programming site, of course. In case you come across Internet Explorer not responding or any other browser issues, contact our technical support team on the toll-free number to get a timely response.

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