Thursday, 12 February 2015

A Problem Occurred with this Webpage so it was Reloaded

Today in this Post we will be Discussing and Sharing fixes to the Error "A Problem Occurred with this Webpage so it was Reloaded" which is Normal for iPad Users. Be it any version of iPad, Old or New, Users are getting this very Error message now and then.


Ok, so Most of the time you may see this because of the problem in Webpage itself or Because of Network issues. Iphone or Mac Users are experiencing this Error mostly on Safari Browser. Just like Windows users are getting DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN Error in Google Chrome and Firebox.

Let us proceed and see things that you can do to avoid webpage reload Problem on your Apple device. The error looks like the below picture in most cases.

Fixing A Problem Occurred with this Webpage so it was Reloaded


Below are few methods that will help you, Jump to the next method if the Previous method does not help you to fix the issues. Let's get started:

Method 1: Resetting Network Setting.

Most of the time there is a network issue so we will start with Resetting network settings. So to do so, Just Navigate to Settings > General > Reset Network Settings.
Also, Check if your Wifi is properly Connected if you use Wifi. Now surf to the same web page or other and see if you still get the error.

Method 2: Clear Browser Cache & History.

If you figure out that Your network is not the issue, then your next step is to fix issues with your browser. So better you Clear your Browser Cache & History. 

In Safari go to Settings > Safari > Clear Website Data. Now close the Browser and restart it to check whether the error persists.

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Method 3: Resetting your iPAD

Most of the time two methods mentioned above should work to Fix A Problem Occurred with this Webpage, so it was Reloaded error but if you still can't get rid of it, then You need to Reset your iPad.

Press and keep holding Home and Sleep Button for about 15 Seconds. Let it Reboot on its own. This should fix any further issues. if not then Try Method 4.

Method 4: Reinstalling JAVA

Ok, so you still did not managed to get rid of the error or should i say the error loves you so much that it won't leave you? Finally, uninstall and then reinstall JAVA again. If Java is the issue ,then this Method will fix this error for you.

Method 5(via Comments): Turn OFF Speak Selection and Speak Screen.

Thanks to the person who shared this method in comments below. Couple of Readers have let us know that this method worked for them so i am listing it in original post.

Follow Steps below.

  • > Go to Settings 
  • > General
  • > Accessibility
  • > Speech
  • > Then Turn OFF Speak Selection and Speak Screen.

Try it if all the above methods have failed to fix A problem Occurred with this webpage so it was reloaded error. May be as a last resort, you may fix this error. It won't take more then few seconds.

So, I listed 4 Methods above that should help you to Fix A Problem Occurred with this Webpage so it was Reloaded error on your apple device. Let me know in comments which method worked for you.

52 comments:

  1. NO FIXES HERE .. :( for ..
    Problem: 'A Problem occurred with this webpage so it was reloaded'
    Same happening here on all iPads & iMacs .. "A Problem occurred with this webpage so it was reloaded" ..
    Started appearing after the latest iOS & OS X releases with the updated Safari.
    None of the above fix suggestions worked. MMM!
    Pete/miApples

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  2. Fix1 worked on iPad 2.
    Thanks

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  3. Thank you Luisa for letting us know what worked for you with this comment. We appreciate that !!!

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  4. Fix 1 worked for me also on ipad2. Thanks!

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  5. Hello hooligan67, Thanks for let us know !!!

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  6. Method #3 seems to be working. Thank You !

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  7. Fix1 did the trick so far. Thanks for the help!

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  8. How do you uninstall Java an an iPad mini?

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  9. Method 1 worked for me. I had reset my iPad previously but the problem came back after a while. Crossing my fingers now.

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  10. Method1 really worked for me.
    Thanks.

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  11. I tried #1 many times before. It worked but the problem came back after a while.

    Now I try #2, hope it will ok.

    Thanks

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  12. Works after number was applied Thanks!,

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  13. Number 2 has worked for me. Made my iPad 2 quicker as well. Thanks

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    1. Thanks Geno the Magpie, Glad that it worked for you.

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  14. Tried 1,2, & 3 with no luck on my iphone 4S. 4 is outside my knowledge. Could the age of my iphone be a problem?

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    1. Hi, i doesn't matter if your iphone is old or new. The above fixes has worked for many.

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  15. Number 2 has worked for me. Thanks

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  16. 1 and 2 did not work. Does resetting the ipad erase all my stuff? Just wondering before I attemp #3 on my ipad2

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  17. Thank you so much. I literally cried when this problem fixed on my iPad. God bless you.

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  18. Method 1 worked for me on ipad 2 thankyou

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  19. None of these worked, aside from "reinstalling Java" which I haven't tried because there's no indication here or elsewhere on how to do it. If you meant it, please include the instructions on how to do that. Problem is on both iPad Air and iPhone 6. Thanks.

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    1. How do you fix this thing to stop that error message?

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  20. iOS doesn't even support java, how to reinstall??!!!
    Btw, thanks and #1 helped me

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  21. Number 3 seems to have done the trick. Thanx

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  22. None of them helped me (iPhone6)

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  23. Fix 2 worked for my iPad 2. You need to re sign into websites that got signed out, but well worth the effort to get rid of problem.

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  24. SOLVE THIS ISSUE IN 2 SECS!!
    *****--------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------*****
    Go to Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Speech -> Then Turn OFF Speak Selection and Speak Screen

    AND THE PROBLEM COMPLETELY GONE!

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    1. You are freakin amazing! And awesome! And a superhero! I wish you were president of the USA!! OR KING!!! THANK YOU ANGEL FROM HEAVEN!!!

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    2. savage
      it worked !!
      thanks a lot

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  25. To unknown about speech. Mine aren't turned on but still have the problem. Now what?

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  26. Method 3 worked. Thank you for a very useful post!

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  27. None worked. The problem does not happen all the time but is gettin more abd more frequent as website advertisers include more Flash video, which iOS devices cannot natively play. Sites such as YouTube are dual-encoded...access them with a desktop and they play in Flash, while with an iDevice they play in HTML5. But many web advertisers encode in Flash only, and Safari chokes on them. It is time...well past, actually...for Apple to fix Safari and iOS, but without screwing up something else, as they have so often done. I'm not holding my breath and switched to an Android phone. Apple is just TOO arrogant.

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  28. I found the advertising pop ups to be the culprit, as well. VERY ANNOYING! I, too, am tempted to abandon the iOS platform. This problem has sucked the joy out of web browsing. Fix this issue Apple or lose more of your market share.

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  29. Method 1 is working. Thank you

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  30. I did everything but method 5 in the end worked. I don't understand how but it worked.

    Happy!

    fb.com/sangam.accenture

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  31. #5 is working! :) Thank you!

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  32. The last method worked for me but I found out that it's not speak selection that is the problem, I only need to turn off "speak screen" to fix it. And although this fixed the problem of safari reloading, I need my speak screen feature to work as well as it is a feature that I use on a daily basis. Does anyone know how I can have everything working? Please let me know. Thanks.

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  33. Method 5 had solved this problem on my iPhone 5s iOS 9.0.2, thx

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  34. Method 5, iPhone 5s iOS 9.0.2

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  35. Hi,

    I tried all solutios that you mentioned above. But still I am facing this issue.And I am facing this issue on all aplle device with safari ad chrome browser and my website is getting load properly on all desktop browser.

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  36. None of the methods noted above have worked more than 2 or 3 days for me.
    iPad Air, iOS 9.3.5
    This issue never happened in iOS 7 and quite frankly, I don't recall seeing it in iOS 8. Apple needs to get off the pot and fix whatever is causing this. It's very annoying to constantly reset network settings and hard reset the iPad. I clear cache daily, if not sometimes hourly....

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  37. NONE of the above have worked. In many cases it occurs on websites with Flash video, which iOS is NOT able to handle. Some websites offer dual-encoded videos...those can be displayed. But it appears thst it's Apple's stick-in-the-mud, "You Must Do It Our Way attitude that is basically to blame. I've already ditched iPhone for Android. Once this iPad is gone, NO MORE i DEVICES.

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  38. My mum was getting very sluggish performance on here iPadMini after 'upgrading' to the latest iOS. In particular the Daily Mail website was taking ages to and kept crashing with the 'Problem occurred with this webpage...' error.

    Found a solution that seems to work:

    Settings/Safari/advanced/Javascript = OFF

    Now the daily mail website runs super fast - just like it used to on iOS5.1. Of course you will need to reenable javascript for certain website functionality (eg. comments and forms) but if you just want to read the dailymail it's much faster with java off.

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  39. TURN OFF JAVA IT WORKS FLAWLESSLY!!!!!!! Thank you so much!

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  40. iPad 2 here -- Tried fixes 1-3 to no avail. Don't know how to uninstall and reinstall Java, as others have also commented but received no answers. Do not have any speech settings to turn off or on. iPad is very frustrating and slow to use these days.

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  42. iPad 2 user;
    Method 1 worked for me! Thanks

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