When it comes to the browser domain, Chrome seems to have maintained a decent stronghold in this segment. Despite the presence of quite a few other alternatives, the offering from Google has proved to be the go-to choice for many. But even then, it isn’t free from its fair share of issues.
Further justifying this statement is the fact that quite a few users are getting bugged by the result_code_hung error. As far as the plausible reasons for this issue are concerned, well, there could be quite a few ones.
To begin with, it could just be a temporary blip in your network connectivity as a result of which a successful connection couldn’t be established. Along the same lines, bulky chrome data such as Cookies and Cache could also be the culprit.
In some instances, the issue might stem out from a third-party extension. While the chances are rare, but the Domain Name Server could also lead to this issue.
With that said, this tutorial is going to address all these concerns which in turn will fix the Chrome result_code_hung error as well. Follow along for the detailed instructions to fix the issue with chrome.
Before moving on to the slightly advanced fixes, let’s start with some of the basic ones that often considered the best Kickstarter.
- First off, hard reload the page using the + shortcut.
OR you could hold the or key and click on the reload icon situated left of the address bar.
- If that doesn’t work out, then try accessing that website in incognito mode. To do so, use the + + shortcut key combinations to open a new Incognito window. Then type in the URL in the address bar and see if the page is able to load correctly.
- Likewise, you could also switch the connection mode from wireless (WiFi) to wired (ethernet cable). Or try switching to a different network, such as by sharing your device’s carrier data via the Hotspot.
Verify if any of these three methods managed to rectify the Chrome result_code_hung error. If your answer is in a negative tone, then here are a few other methods that you should try.
Delete Chrome Cache and Data
If a lot of temporary data gets accrue over time, then it could conflict with the proper functioning of the browser. As a result, you should always delete these data after regular intervals.
If you haven’t done so in quite a while, then now seems to be a perfect time as it might fix the underlying issue as well.
Here are steps to clear chrome cache and data:
- Launch the Chrome browser and type in the below URL in its address bar:
- Now enable the tick-mark for Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files.
- Hit the button and wait for the process to complete.
Once done, relaunch Chrome and see if the RESULT_CODE_HUNG error has been fixed or not.
In some instances, a third-party extension could cause a few issues with the loading of the websites. However, identifying the culprit could be quite an effort taking task especially if you have quite a few extensions installed.
The only way out is to disable all the extensions and then re-enable them one at a time until you can recreate the issue. Once you have identified the extension that resulted in this error, then you should consider removing it from your PC.
Here are all the required instructions for disabling the chrome extensions:
- Open Chrome on your PC and copy-paste the below location in the Omnibox:
- This should take you to the list of installed extensions.
- Disable all the extensions by turning off their toggle button.
- Now try reloading the concerned page and if the issue has been rectified, then re-enable all the extensions one at a time.
- As and when you are able to recreate the issue, just remove the last enabled extension.
However, if the extensions weren’t the root cause of Chrome’s result_code_hung error, then turn your attention towards some other fixes shared below.
Switch to Google DNS
If there are any issues with your Internet Service Provider’s DNS server, then you could try switching to an alternate one. By default, the DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) instructs the browser to pick up your ISP’s DNS address. However, you could manually instruct the DHCP to pick up one of the public DNS servers such as Cloudflare or Google.
In this regard, Chrome comes with in-built profiles for these public DNS servers. You only need to select the desired profile and the task stands complete.
Here are the steps to change the DNS in the Chrome browser:
- Launch Chrome and head over to its Settings page under menu list.
- Switch to the Privacy and Security section and click on Security.
- Enable the Use Secure DNS toggle (if that isn’t enabled by default).
- Next up, switch to the With radio button.
- Select Google (Public DNS) from the drop-down.
Doing so will set 188.8.131.52 as the primary DNS and 184.108.40.206 as the secondary one. Now try opening the site that was earlier displaying the error; it should now be accessible.
Bottom Line: Fix RESULT_CODE_HUNG Error
With this, we conclude the guide on how to fix the Chrome result_code_hung error. We have shared a few basic fixes as well as some advanced ones, any one of which should give out desirable results.
In my case, the ad blocker extension was a culprit that was repeatedly causing the issue with the chrome browser. I immediately removed the extensions and no longer encounter the error message on any sites.
Do let us know in the comments which workaround spelled out success in your case.
Lastly, here are the recommended web browsers for your computer and mobile phone that you should give a try.
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