If you are a regular user of Google Chrome, you must be familiar of “Aw, Snap!” error. This is one of the most common error occurred in this Browsing tool. Most of the time, the error dismisses just be following few minor fixations. But, if you are experiencing the error very frequent, there must be something serious to think about. And of course, it’s very annoying and time consuming in some circumstances.
Throughout this article, I will be guiding you to fix this Chrome error using both the initial solutions and the major ones. This kind of error mainly occurs due to unavailability of loading the desired page by Chrome.
First Aid to Aw, Snap!
Before you dive deeper to the Solution bowl, you can try out some of the primary fixations that had been worked fairly in most cases. The solutions are as follows-
- Reload the page you were trying to access by clicking on the “Reload” button located at the top-left corner of the browser window.
- Try bypassing local caches while reloading. Press “Ctrl+F5” together to do this.
- Clear up your browsing cache and cookies. And then, try accessing once again.
- Check out the Internet connectivity if it is connected properly.
- Close the other tabs and try reloading the page.
After trying the above mentioned initial solutions, if the error still persists, you must proceed with further major fixations.
How to Fix Aw, Snap! Page Crash
Assuming that the given First Aid didn’t work for you, I have assembled better solutions to assure the fixation of your “Aw, Snap!” page crash in Chrome.
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1: Uninstall the Chrome Extensions
Before you do this, you have to check whether the other sites and pages are allowing access or loading properly. If the other sites are working just fine and only certain page is being crash, there is a high chance that the certain script is blocking the site. To make sure this, you can try accessing the site via Incognito mode. If it shows normal in the Incognito mode, you must rely on the following method to get rid of the issue.
Uninstall all the downloaded and active Chrome extensions one by one and try reloading the crashed page if it gets back to normal. Keep this procedure with all the existing extensions until the page work fine. You can download and install the extensions later on when the issue is fixed.
2: Change Chrome Settings
Some changes in the Google Chrome are likely to fix the problem. You can make the changes by following the below instructed steps.
- Go to Chrome “Settings” via options icon located on the top-right corner of the Chrome Window.
- Once you are taken to the next page, scroll down the page to bottom and click on the “Show advanced settings…” option.
- Now, navigate to the “Privacy” section and then check to mark the selected options as done in the below screenshot image.
- After making the changes, try to reload the page and check if the error is fixed.
These are the two most practical solutions that must be fixing your Aw, Snap! issue in the Google Chrome. Hope these works well for you too. To mentioned, this kind of error is minor in Chrome and does not knock y0our screen for long if the right procedures are followed.
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