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'Err_too_many_redirects': How to fix Chrome | Browsers

"Err_too_many_redirects" error may appear in Chrome when accessing a website. The issue, which has been reported by browser users around the world, prevents users from viewing pages accessed. The common message for developers when installing certificates on websites. However, for no apparent reason, the error is also reaching ordinary users.

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There is no official Chrome solution to fix the problem. However, some simple tips can help users avoid it. The error is linked to caching performed by the browser. If you have come across this message and would like to re-access your favorite sites as usual, follow the step by step below.

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Step 1. Open the same site in other browsers such as Firefox, Opera, Safari etc. If the error persists, the problem may be on the site server. For these cases, just waiting until the problem is resolved by webmasters.

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Try accessing the site with the message Err_too_many_redirects in other browsers Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Clear browser data

If the error only appears in Chrome, clearing your browsing data may be the solution. The site cache may contain bad files and other issues that induce the message to appear and prevent browsing. Keep in mind that this will delete saved passwords, browsing history and cookies.

Step 1. Click on the three point icon in the upper right corner of Chrome and go to the "Settings" option;

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When to view Google Chrome browser settings on PC Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 2. Scroll to the bottom and click on the "Advanced" option;

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When to view advanced Google Chrome settings Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 3. Click on "Clear Browsing Data" to see the options offered by the feature;

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When to view options for clearing browsing data in Chrome Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 4. Click on "Clear Data" to perform the action.

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When to clear browsing data from Google Chrome on PC Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Check installed extensions

Malicious extensions can cause several problems and compromise user security on the web. If you noticed that the problem started after installing an extension, think that it may be the problem. To be sure, we recommend that you find and uninstall any new extension quickly.

Step 1. Type or paste in a new tab the following link "chrome: // extensions" without the quotation marks. After pressing the enter key on your keyboard, the browser redirects the page to the extensions management screen. At that time, find the latest extension installed and click the "Remove" button;

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When to start removing an extension installed on Google Chrome Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 2. Confirm the action by clicking the "Remove" button.

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When to remove a malicious extension on Google Chrome Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

Check operating system date and time

If the system date and time is wrong, the browser and other installed software may have problems. Windows offers a fast path to resolve this issue.

Step 1. Click on the Windows icon and then go to "Settings";

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When to access Windows 10 settings Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 2. In the system menu, choose the "Time and Language" option;

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When to view options for time and language in Windows 10 Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 3. Under "Date and Time", check if there are any errors in the current time and system date. Remember to leave the "Time Zone" option set to "Brasilia".

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By checking the system date and time in Windows 10 Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

These are the methods indicated to solve the "ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS" problem. If none of them resolve, remember to try accessing the site with the message at another time.