Gmail Error 400 Using Google Chrome

by jim on January 4th, 2012

I don’t know what causes the Error 400 when I try to load up Gmail in Google Chrome but I do know the solution – clear your browsing history. The Error 400 is typically returned by a server when it thinks the client, in this case me and Google Chrome, has made a bad request. Since I was able to get into GMail using Mozilla Firefox, I knew it was a Google Chrome specific problem. If it were a problem with my computer, I’d get it across multiple browsers.

But upon clearing my browsing history, the error disappeared.

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2 Responses to “Gmail Error 400 Using Google Chrome”

  1. Ander Says:

    Great advice. Worked for me.

  2. Carah Says:

    I’m in Chrome, deleted history, did not solve the problem. Help?

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