Some users who are trying to browse the Internet are getting the Aw Snap error “RESULT_CODE_HUNG”. The website that they are trying to access crashes.
This error happens for people using Google Chrome or Brave browser to surf the web or access certain online services. A similar case might also happen to those using Chromium-based browsers such as Opera and Microsoft Edge.
There are varied reasons for aw snap errors to occur on a Chromium browser. Some things are associated with network connectivity, local settings such as caches and cookies, or it could also be an error with the website you are accessing, something you have no control about.
Whatever the case may be, you can always try these trusty troubleshooting methods. They might just fix and get rid the aw snap error RESULT_CODE_HUNG from your browser.
Fixing Brave and Chrome Aw Snap Error Code: RESULT_CODE_HUNG
Reload the Web Page
Sometimes, the simple process of reloading the web page that you are trying to open fixes the problem. Aw Snap error code RESULT_CODE_HUNG can oftentimes magically disappear. If you have no luck with that, then try the other troubleshooting methods below.
Check your Internet Connection
The “Aw Snap” errors on Chromium browsers can be caused by a poor or non-existent Internet connection. To discount that possibility, make sure that your computer is connected to a Wi-Fi network that is working and not currently down. If you are certain that it is the case, then proceed to the next method.
Clear your Browser Cache and Cookies
Chrome or Brave browser might have information stored that’s stopping the page from loading. Perhaps an expired cookie script or some old cache copy of the page, nevertheless, follow these steps to clear them up:
Open the Page in an Incognito or Private Window
- Open Chrome or Brave browser on your computer.
- At the top-right, click More and then New Incognito or Private window.
- In the Incognito window, try opening the website. If it opens okay, clear your cache and cookies.
Clear your Cache and Cookies
- At the top-right, click More and then More tools and then Clear browsing data.
- Next to ‘Time range’, select All time.
- Select Cached images and files and Cookies and other site data. Deselect the other types of data.
- Click Clear data.
- Try reloading the tab with the error.
Close Other Tabs and Disable Browser Extensions
Having too many tabs opened at the same time can cause your browser to act differently. Your device may run out of memory, which causes the web page not to load correctly thus throwing an error.
Close those tabs and disable the browser extensions to free up some memory and try to load the website again.
Wrapping It Up
If for some unfortunate luck you still have the Aw Snap error code RESULT_CODE_HUNG on your Google Chrome or Brave browser, then the issue might be originating from the website itself that you are trying to open. If that’s the case, you can’t do much about it than wait until the issues with the website or server are fixed.