Clearing browsing information
In fact, corrupted browsing content or files in Chrome are causing various crashes, including the ERR_CACHE_MISS error. To fix this, you need to clear the information:
- Click on the Chrome control menu. Select “More Tools” then “Clean Up.”
2. Select a start time, check all items and click “Clear”. 3. You have cleared the materials. Reopen Chrome and see if the error is gone.
Check browser extensions
Some extensions or plugins affect the browser and cause it to crash. It is recommended that you check Google extensions to find the source of the problem.
Sometimes the problem is caused by incorrect Chrome settings. But if you don’t know exactly what caused it, reset your browser configurations to their default values.
Refresh your browser
Earlier versions of Chrome contain bugs leading to Err_Cache_Miss. It is possible to solve these kinds of problems by updating your browser to the latest version.
Disable caching system
1. Press the combination Ctrl + Shift + i, then the F1 key. 2. Scroll down to find Disable Cache under Network. Then reload the page.
Sometimes, erroneous network configurations cause crashes. Open Command Prompt to reset configurations. 1. Click the Win key, enter “cmd”. Right-click, choosing “Run as administrator”.
- ipconfig / release;
- ipconfig / all;
- ipconfig / flushdns;
- ipconfig / renew;
- netsh int ip set dns;
- reset wetsock netsh;
Once you’re done, restart your computer.