If you cannot open a webpage or a web service and Google Chrome displays 429, That’s an error, here’s what you need to know and what you can do about it.
429, That’s an error, We’re sorry, but you have sent too many requests to us recently, Please try again.
The 429, Too many requests error can occur due to daily per-user limits, including mail sending limits, bandwidth limits, or a per-user concurrent request limit. It can also occur if the website ir overloaded with too many requests and cannot entertain yours.
How to fix Error 429, Too many requests on Google Chrome
Typically, 429, Too many requests message seen in the Google Chrome browser is not exactly an error but a response from a server or API, signaling the client application to stop making requests as it doesn’t have sufficient resources to process them. So, it is a kind of safeguard measure stopping users from abusing server resources, knowingly or unknowingly by sending too many requests to the server.
- Wait for some time and then try again
- Clear your cache and browser history
- Check if proxy or other VPN services are active
- Log in via a different network or a hotspot.
Encountering errors such as Google Chrome Error 429, Too many requests on a website you are trying to access can be quite frustrating. Try the solutions given above and see if it helps.
1] Wait for some time and then try again
Wait for some time and then try again and see if that helps.
2] Clear the browser cache and history
Every browser is prone to a few shortfalls and Chrome is no exception to this rule. Corrupted cache and cookies can sometimes end up causing Google Chrome Error 429 error. However, it can be easily fixed by clearing the browser cache and history.
3] Check if proxy or other VPN services are active
Like plugins and add-ons, using a proxy setup or a VPN service can create compatibility issues and stop you from accessing a webpage in Chrome, resulting in error code 429. So, check if any proxy or other VPN services are active. If yes, you’ll need to disable them.
You can verify this by going to Settings > Network & internet > VPN or Proxy.
4] Log in via a different network or a hotspot.
If the above solutions fail to work, try switching to a different Wi-Fi network or enabling the personal hotspot. Strangely, this trick works in most cases.
How do I fix bad requests on Chrome?
If you see a 400 Bad Request error on Google Chrome, then you need to delete or clear the cookies for that particular website or domain. If that doesn’t help, then you should clear the entire browser cache and cookies.
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