If, like us, you are a Google Chrome user, you may have found this browser extremely useful. However, from time to time even Google Chrome can present us with technical difficulties and errors. ERR_CACHE_MISS is one of those errors.

However, this is not entirely the fault of Google Chrome. The fault may actually lie with the website you are trying to submit information to. If you're experiencing this error right now and a simple refresh doesn't make it go away, you've come to the right place.

We are going to share some of the methods that we have found useful in resolving the ERR_CACHE_MISS error. And don't worry, they're super simple and easy to perform.

What is the "ERR_CACHE_MISS " error and what does it mean?
ERR_CACHE_MISS is one of a series of errors that you may encounter while using Chrome. Other errors you might encounter while using Google Chrome include ERR_QUIC_PROTOCOL_ERROR and ERR_SSL_OBSOLETE_VERSION.

As the name of the error suggests, it has something to do with the cache. We would love to explain what caching is and maybe we'll write an article on it to do so, but, for now, we need to help you get rid of this error. In order to get rid of the ERR_CACHE_MISS, we must first understand what is causing it. There can be several causes for this error. Some of the most common include:

Google Chrome could not get the cache for the website you were trying to browse.
There is something wrong with Google Chrome like corrupted files and extensions, bugs, etc. Maybe your Google Chrome settings need to be changed slightly.
The problem is not on your end and there is an issue with the website you are trying to use like coding and PHP issues.
If you are a developer reading this you should be aware that the ERR_CACHE_MISS error might appear because of your code. You may be using the wrong lines of code for your website or app. [pii_email_aef67573025b785e8ee2]