Post # 1
I was having problems with IE, like if I had more than one tab open, it would only let me view one of them, it kept randomly shutting down, ect. So I switched to Google Chrome. Now its running faster, my pages arent locking and it doesnt randomly shut down. But its like 7 out of 10 times when I click a link or go to a new website, it says,
“No data received Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE): The server closed the connection without sending any data”
I have to refresh it, sometimes several times, in order for it to show the page. I got on the Google Chrome support page, but I didnt see where you could ask for help. All I saw a list of FAQ’s and none of them related to this error message.
My internet connection is fine. I’ve uninstalled and reinstalled it twice. I’m so frustrated. I know its not that big of a deal, but when it happens almost every time you go to a new page, it gets frustrating really quickly.
Post # 3
I wish I had answers for you 🙁 I use Chrome and rarely craps out on me 🙁
Post # 4
Do you have a good antivirus on your computer? I use a mix of Firefox/Chrome and IE.
Post # 5
That’s strange. Are you sure all your plug-ins and whatnot are up to date?
Post # 6
I use Chrome and do not have that problem.
Post # 7
I have never had a problem with Google Chrome either. Maybe it has to do with a setting somewhere?
My other suggestion would to be to use Firefox. I used it religiously before I went to Google Chrome. Anything is better than IE in my opinion.
Post # 8
I’ve never had a problem with Google Chrome and I use it religiously. I would recommend uninstalling and downloading new install files and trying again!
Post # 9
I use Chrome, but never had a problem with it. 🙁
Post # 10
@bowsergirl: Um. Honestly I know nothing about computers, so I have no idea what that means.
Post # 11
@allyfally: As far as I know… IE is the ‘base’ browswer for Windows, so even if you install a new browser, Chrome has to pull some information from IE’s settings. Therefore, if you’re having problems with IE, they might carry over to Chrome depending on what the issue is.
Have you tried resetting IE? You can do it through the tools/options menu.
Post # 12
@allyfally: plugins are the extra stuff running in the background, the stuff that without them, stuff on websites don’t play etc etc.
did you try clearing your cache, temp files, history, download history etc?
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Post # 14
I use chrome but don’t have any issues with it thankfully. I hate IE lol.
Post # 15
@autumnmountainbride: as far as I know… IE is the ‘base’ browswer for Windows, so even if you install a new browser, Chrome has to pull some information from IE’s settings.
This is not true. Just FYI.
Post # 16
I love google chrome. I usually dont have any problems.