An Err_Cache_Miss error message appears on your computer’s screen when your web browser cannot access cached data. This error is most often associated with dynamic web pages and is caused when your browser’s cache does not contain all of the data it needs to display a page. The error message prevents users from accidentally bouncing off filled data. Here are a few ways to fix the Err_Cache_Miss error.
An Err_Cache_Miss error message typically appears when the data sent from your browser to an online server is interrupted. The data is sent twice, resulting in two different transactions. The caching system in Chrome prevents repeated submissions of data, so this error message is usually accompanied by a warning. It can also be caused by faulty browser settings, bad code, or interruption of a Chrome extension.
Sometimes, an Err_Cache_Miss error message may be caused by poor networking. To fix this problem, turn off your Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections, and run a troubleshooter to determine the cause. To run a command prompt, open the Windows Command Prompt as an administrator and type in the following commands one by one, pressing enter after each. In the Mac, open the Finder and click Applications>Utilities. Then restart your device.
Reloading your web page may resolve the problem. You can also try pressing the F5 key to see if the problem persists. If you cannot load the web page, you can close the Chrome task manager and try again. If the error persists, try using another browser, or another one. If you try the same method as above, the ERR_Cache_Miss error will disappear. So, if you are unable to access a particular website, you can reload the web page.