- The web server could not find the requested page, file, or another resource
- Most commonly occurs when people manually enter an incorrect URL into a browser
- A website has moved to a page or resource but did so without redirecting the old URL to the new one.
Step 1: Retry the web page
By clicking the refresh button. The 404 Not Found error may show up for a few reasons despite the fact that no main problem exists, so here and there a basic revive will frequently stack the page you were searching fo
Step 2: Check for errors in the URL
Customarily the 404 Not Found error shows up on the grounds that the URL was composed wrong or the connection that was tapped on focuses to an inappropriate URL.
Step 3: Move up one directory level at a time
Move up one directory level at a time in the URL until you find something.
- For example, if www.web.com/a/b/c.htm gave you the 404 Not Found error, move up to www.web.com/a/b/. If you get nothing here (or an error), move up to www.web.com/a/. This should lead you toward what you’re searching for or if nothing else affirm that it’s not, at this point accessible.
Step 4: Search for the page from a popular search engine
It’s conceivable that you just have the completely off-base URL wherein case a fast Google or Bing search ought to get you where you need to go.
- If you do find the page you were after, update your bookmark or favourite to avoid the HTTP 404 error in the future.
Step 5: Clear your browser’s cache
In the event that you have any sign that the 404 Not Found message may very well be yours. For instance, on the off chance that you can arrive at the URL from your telephone yet not from your tablet, clearing the store on your tablet’s program may help.
- You might also consider clearing your browser’s cookies or at least the one(s) involved with the website in question if clearing the cache didn’t work.
Step 6: Change the DNS servers used by your computer
However, normally just if a whole site is giving you a 404 error, particularly if the site is accessible to those on different systems (e.g., your mobile phone network or a friend in another city).
- 404 on a whole site isn’t especially basic except if your ISP or government censors/filters sites. Regardless of the explanation, in the event that it happens, checking out another arrangement of DNS servers is a decent advance to take.
Step 7: Contact Website Administrator / NET Support
If the above-mentioned steps did not resolve your issue.