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Anisim Sysoev
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Google Chrome Error 3

There will be a notification to inform you every time when a new update is out for Google Chrome. You can follow the instructions to update your web browser to the latest version easily. However, problems occur during the update process and you may encounter different kinds of update error. Here, I will mainly focus on error code 3: 0x80040154.

Google Chrome Error 3

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On a Windows based computer, Chrome browser cannot receive the new updates automatically and when you manually check for new updates (from the Chrome Settings menu > Help > About Google Chrome), you receive the following error: "An error occurred while checking for updates. Update check failed to start (error code 3: 0x80080005) or (error code 3: 0x80040154)."

The first three methods did not work for my case. So I dowloaded ChromeSetup.exe size of ca. 1.2M) , ran it and click "Yes" to continue update if prompted. Without uninstalling and reinstalling the chrome software, question is resolved.

If restarting Chrome does not help and you are still unable to update Chrome and keep seeing error code 3: 0x80040154. Just restart your PC once completely and then launch Chrome and try to update again.

This page describes how different HTTP status codes, network errors, and DNS errors affect Google Search. We cover the top 20 status codes that Googlebot encountered on the web, and the most prominent network and DNS errors. More exotic status codes, such as 418 (I'm a teapot), aren't covered. All issues mentioned on this page generate a corresponding error or warning in Search Console's Page Indexing report.

Googlebot follows up to 10 redirect hops. If the crawler doesn't receive content within 10 hops, Search Console will show a redirect error in the site's Page Indexing report. The number of hops Googlebot follows is user agent dependent; for example, Googlebot Smartphone may have a different value than Googlebot Image.

If the robots.txt file returns a server error status code for more than 30 days, Google will use the last cached copy of the robots.txt. If unavailable, Google assumes that there are no crawl restrictions.

Googlebot decreases the crawl rate for the site. The decrease in crawl rate is proportionate to the number of individual URLs that are returning a server error. Google's indexing pipeline removes from the index URLs that persistently return a server error.

A soft 404 error is when a URL that returns a page telling the user that the page does not exist and also a 200 (success) status code. In some cases, it might be a page with no main content or empty page.

It's a bad user experience to return a 200 (success) status code, but then display or suggest an error message or some kind of error on the page. Users may think the page is a live working page, but then are presented with some kind of error. Such pages are excluded from Search.

If you have access to your server's configuration files, you can make these error pages useful to users by customizing them. A good custom 404 page helps people find the information they're looking for, and also provides other helpful content that encourages people to explore your site further. Here are some tips for designing a useful custom 404 page:

If an otherwise good page was flagged with a soft 404 error, it's likely it didn't load properly for Googlebot, it was missing critical resources, or it displayed a prominent error message during rendering. Use the URL Inspection tool to examine the rendered content and the returned HTTP code. If the rendered page is blank, nearly blank, or the content has an error message, it could be that your page references many resources that can't be loaded (images, scripts, and other non-textual elements), which can be interpreted as a soft 404. Reasons that resources can't be loaded include blocked resources (blocked by robots.txt), having too many resources on a page, various server errors, or slow loading or very large resources.

Network and DNS errors have quick, negative effects on a URL's presence in Google Search. Googlebot treats network timeouts, connection reset, and DNS errors similarly to 5xx server errors. In case of network errors, crawling immediately starts slowing down, as a network error is a sign that the server may not be able to handle the serving load. Since Googlebot couldn't reach the server hosting the site, Google also hasn't received any content from the server. The lack of content means that Google can't index the crawled URLs, and already indexed URLs that are unreachable will be removed from Google's index within days. Search Console may generate errors for each respective error.

These errors happen before Google starts crawling a URL or while Google is crawling the URL. Since the errors may occur before the server can respond and so there's no status code that can hint at issues, diagnosing these errors can be more challenging. To debug timeout and connection reset errors:

The error may be in any server component that handles network traffic. For example, overloaded network interfaces may drop packets leading to timeouts (inability to establish a connection) and reset connections (RST packet sent because a port was mistakenly closed).

ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED is a Chrome error that indicates that the browser fails to connect to the web server. Therefore, the connection is closed, and the error occurs. This may occur for several reasons, such as a null route, low hosting resources, corrupted cache, slow internet connection, and VPN service issues.

Before getting to the methods to solve the ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED error, we recommend trying some quick fixes first. These approaches are worth trying to ensure the error is not just a temporary glitch. Here are several solutions you should try:

The ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED error message may occur if your hosting is hitting its resource limits. To prevent this issue, we recommend continuously monitoring the CPU, memory, processes, entry processes, inodes, and disk usage.

ERR_CONNECTION_RESET is a frequent Chrome error that occurs when the browser fails to connect with a target host. In this case, the server cannot process the request or send the data back to the browser.

The following document provides reference information about the status codesand error messages that are used in the Cloud Storage JSON API. Forthe page specific to the Cloud Storage XML API, seeHTTP status and error codes for XML.

Cloud Storage uses the standard HTTP error reporting format for theJSON API. Successful requests return HTTP status codes in the 2xx range. Failedrequests return status codes in the 4xx and 5xx ranges. Requests that require aredirect returns status codes in the 3xx range. Error responses usually includea JSON document in the response body, which contains information about theerror.

The following table describes the elements that can appear in the response bodyof an error. Fields should be used together to help determine the problem.Also, the example values given below are meant for illustration and are not anexhaustive list of all possible values.

This section provides a non-exhaustive list of HTTP status and error codes thatthe Cloud Storage JSON API uses. The 1xx Informational and 2xxSuccess codes are not discussed here. For more information, see Response StatusCodes in RFC 7231 6, RFC 7232 4,RFC 7233 4, RFC 7235 3, and RFC 6585.

The first argument to the native messaging host is the origin of the caller, usually chrome-extension://[ID of allowed extension]. This allows native messaging hosts to identify the source of the message when multiple extensions are specified in the allowed_origins key in the native messaging host manifest. Warning: In Windows, in Chrome 54 and earlier, the origin was passed as the second parameter instead of the first parameter.

When the native messaging host fails to start, writes to stderr or when it violates the communication protocol, output is written to the error log of Chrome. On Linux and OS X, this log can easily be accessed by starting Chrome from the command line and watching its output in the terminal. On Windows, use --enable-logging as explained at How to enable logging.

You may get the error code 3 0x80040154 because of a bug or glitch. And the best way to deal with such bugs is to restart the web browser. Close the Chrome browser and end all its processes from the Task Manager.

So, these are some simple ways to resolve error code 3 0x80040154 on the Google Chrome browser. If you need more help fixing Chrome update errors, let us know in the comments. Also, if the article helped you, share it with your friends.

Remove your current chromedriver and search for the chromedriver that matches your chrome version displayed in your "About Google Chrome" (example: 96.0.4664.110). This worked for me on a mac with the Monterey OS

The above answers were helpful. I would just add that if you're running Selenium from a development environment, in my case a Jupyter Notebook, and this is the issue, you're likely to see a PermissionError: [Errno 13] Permission denied error. There are other causes for this error, but it can be that macOS Catalina is blocking chromedriver from running for security reasons. Following the approaches above, I ran it from the command line and then was able to open it from Jupyter using driver = webdriver.Chrome('path/to/chromedriver).

After updating to Mac OS Ventura 13.0 you are now required to go to System Settings > Privacy & Security. Scroll down to the Security section and you can see chromedriver there. Click on Allow Anyway (it will prompt for admin credentials).

Although having clickable elements too close together is classed as a mobile usability error, resolving this issue can also improve the accessibility of your site. For example, people with dexterity issues may appreciate some additional space between interactive elements. In contrast, users with vision-related problems may find it easier to interact with large, clearly defined buttons and links.


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