FIX: Not Enough Memory to Open this Page in Google Chrome

FIX: Not Enough Memory to Open this Page in Google Chrome

 

Google Chrome is the most popular internet browser, with around 3.2 billion users. So, what should you do if Google Chrome crashes and displays the error message “Not enough RAM to open this page”? This simply implies that Google Chrome is unable to access enough free RAM to display the webpage, which has a lot of video animations and graphics. Clearing the RAM on your computer should solve the issue.

 

Table of Contents

Fix 1 – Close all open tabs
Fix 2 – Clear Chrome cache

4 – Turn off hardware acceleration
Fix 5 – Modify the Google Chrome folder

6 – Browser Reset Repair

Fix 7 – Increase the VRAM

 

1 – Close all open tabs

Google Chrome tabs do consume a substantial amount of free RAM. Closing all tabs in the background should be sufficient.

  1. Close all unwanted tabs in Google Chrome one by one.

  2. After you’ve closed all the tabs, go to the three-dot menu and select “More Tools>.”

  3. Next, select “Extensions.”

The list of extensions will appear.

  1. Remove all of the extensions from this list one by one. Check that none of the extensions are turned on.

Even if you don’t want the extension, click “Remove” to remove it from Google Chrome.

After you’ve finished disabling the extensions, restart Google Chrome.

 

Open the page that was giving you difficulties. Check to see if it is loaded or not.

If the same error message appears, repeat the following steps:

  1. Simply right-click the Windows icon.

  2. Then, to use Task Manager, tap on “Task Manager.”

  3. When Task Manager opens, you’ll discover which apps are consuming the vast majority of memory resources.

  4. To terminate the app, simply right-click it and select “End task.”

In this manner, you can end memory-hungry apps one at a time to free up RAM.

After you’ve done that, try reloading the issue web page.

 

Fix 3 – Clear the cache in Chrome

The problem should be resolved by clearing the Chrome cache.

  1. If you haven’t already, launch Google Chrome on your system.

  2. Now, tap on the three-dots menu, then on “History>,” and then again on “History.”

  3. Simply touch on the “History” tab on the left.

  4. Finally, select “Clear browsing data.”

  5. Change the ‘Time range:’ setting to “All time.”

  6. Ensure that the following items are checked –

  • History of browsing
  • Cookies and other site information
  • Images and files cached

 

  1. Proceed to the “Advanced” section.

  2. Finally, tick the “Download history” box.

Check that the “Passwords and other sign-in data” and “Cookies and other site data” boxes are unchecked.

  1. To completely remove the browsing data, simply tap once on the “Clear data” button.

 

Close the Google Chrome window.

 

Fix 4 – Turn off hardware acceleration

Some websites may malfunction as a result of Google Chrome’s hardware acceleration functionality.

  1. Open Google Chrome and paste this keyword into the address box before pressing the Enter key.

chrome:/settings/system
This will launch the Chrome browser’s system settings page.

 

  1. Simply turn off the “Use hardware acceleration when available” option.

  2. You will see a request to relaunch the browser appear. To relaunch it, tap “Relaunch.”

 

This will close and relaunch Chrome at the same time. Simply wait a few seconds. When Chrome opens, check to see if the website is loading.

 

Fix 5: Modify the Google Chrome folder

This error may occur if your Google Chrome profile becomes corrupted.

  1. Exit Google Chrome.

  2. Next, press the Ctrl+Shift+Esc keys simultaneously to open the Task Manager.

  3. Go through the process list. If you detect any Google Chrome-related processes, right-click on them and select “End task” to terminate them.

In this manner, you can ensure that no Chrome processes are running in the background.

 

  1. Now, hold down the Windows key and the R key at the same time.

5 Then, type this address and press Enter.

%LOCALAPPDATA%

 

 

  1. Navigate to the “Default” folder.

  2. Next, right-tap “Default” and select the Rename icon to rename it.

 

  1. Change the name to “Default old.”

 

Close the File Explorer window.

Now open Google Chrome. When it starts, it will create a new Default folder. Try opening the website again.

This should resolve your problem.

 

Fix 6: Reset the browser

The final option for resolving the problem is to

  1. Launch Google Chrome and open a new tab.

  2. Now type this line into the address bar and press Enter.

chrome:/settings/reset

  1. When the Chrome settings window opens, select “Restore settings to their original defaults.”

 

  1. Finally, click “Reset settings” to clear the browser’s cache.

 

Reopen the website after it has been reset.

 

7th Fix – Increase the VRAM

The main cause of this problem could be a lack of VRAM on your system.

  1. Press the Windows key and the R key simultaneously.

  2. Next, type “sysdm.cpl” and press “OK.”

 

  1. When the System Properties window appears, select the “Advanced” tab.

  2. Tap on “Settings…” in the ‘Performance’ section.

 

  1. Next, navigate to the “Advanced” area.

  2. Select “Settings” from the ‘Virtual Memory’ column.

 

  1. Simply uncheck the box that says “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives.”

Then, check the “Custom size” option to fine-tune the settings.

 

  1. You must change the Initial Size and Maximum Size.

Initial size (MB) equals Recommended Size
Maximum Size (MB)= the same as the Initial Size [Example – The initial size of the RAM should be the same as the ‘Recommended:’ size. It will be – in our case.

The initial size (MB) is 1444.
The ‘Maximum Size’ in such a situation will be –

Maximum Size (MB) = 1444 Initial Size When you’re finished, don’t forget to click “OK” to preserve the settings.

 

  1. You will be prompted to restart the system. Click “OK.”

 

  1. Finally, press “OK” to apply and preserve the modifications.

 

  1. Returning to the System Properties page, touch “Apply” and “OK” sequentially.

 

Use Ok To Save It

You will be prompted to restart the system. Now, press the “Restart now” button to restart the system immediately.

 

Open Google Chrome and re-visit the conflicting URL after your system has restarted. Check to see if this solution works.

Alternative Suggestions –

  1. If nothing else works, use Edge, Firefox, or another browser to access the infringing webpage. Check to see if that works.

  2. See if the website loads in Google Chrome on another device (PC/laptop/iOS/Android).

 

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