- When it comes to web browsers, Google Chrome is the most used browser in the world.
- Many users reported Error loading this resource message in Chrome, and in today’s article, we’re going to show you how to fix it.
- Having additional problems on your PC? You can find all the solutions you need in our Fix section.
- Is Google Chrome giving you trouble? Check our Chrome Hub for more guides like this one.
Chrome is a great web browser, but some users reported Error loading this resource message in Chrome. This problem can cause issues with certain websites, so it’s important that you fix it.
Fixing this error message is pretty simple, and in today’s article, we’re going to show you how to do it properly.
How can I fix Error loading this resource in Chrome?
1. Try using a different browser
Before you start fixing this issue, it’s important to check if this issue appears in other web browsers. You can use any browser for this purpose, but we recommend using Opera.
Opera is built on the Chromium engine, and it’s pretty similar to Chrome. In fact, the browser can also run almost all of Chrome’s extensions, so it’s a perfect Chrome replacement.
The browser is lightweight and fast, and it comes with a built-in ad blocker so you won’t ever have to deal with ads again. There’s also a built-in VPN with unlimited bandwidth, for an extra layer of privacy.
If you multitask, you’ll be pleased to hear that Opera supports workspaces, so you can easily organize your tabs. There’s also a powerful search feature that lets you find tabs easily.
Opera offers great features, and if you’re having issues with Chrome, be sure to give Opera a try.
Other great features:
- Built-in Twitter and Instagram integration
- Built-in messenger
- Snapshot tool
- Battery saver
- Available on all mobile and desktop platforms
OperaOpera is lightweight, secure, and private alternative to Google Chrome, with some unique features.
2. Run Chrome in Incognito mode
- Open Chrome.
- Click the Menu icon and choose the New incognito window.
- Open the webpage that is giving you this error and check if the issue appears.
If the issue doesn’t appear, it’s probably an extension causing the problem, so you’ll need to find and disable the problematic extension.
3. Disable/remove problematic extensions
- Click the Menu icon and navigate to More tools > Extensions.
- Click the switch icon next to each extension to disable it.
- Now check if the problem is still there.
- If the issue doesn’t appear, enable extensions one by one until you find the one that is causing the issue.
Users reported that Adblock and Do Not Track Plus extensions caused this problem, so you might want to disable them or replace them in order to fix this problem.
4. Rename images
- Locate images that your browser is trying to load.
- Be sure to rename them so that they don’t include words such as banner or ad.
After doing that, check if the problem is still there.
Note: This solution works only if you’re a developer and you’re creating a website or a web app.
5. Use the ipconfig command
- Press Windows Key + X and select Windows PowerShell (Admin) or Command Prompt (Admin).
- Run the following commands:
After the commands are executed, check if the problem is still there.
6. Check your antivirus
- If you’re using a third-party antivirus, disable it temporarily.
- Check if the problem is still there.
- If the issue doesn’t appear, make sure that you check antivirus settings and disable the one that is causing this issue.
Users reported that Malwarebytes is causing this issue, but keep in mind that other antivirus tools can cause it as well.
Fixing Error loading this resource in Chrome is pretty simple and in most cases, you just need to disable a problematic extension to fix this problem for good.