Google Show 404 Error when check the website Cache

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While check the cache status in Google, its show 404 Error

(The requested URL /search?q=cache:eRbyxptr11IJ: was not found on this server. That's all we know.

Cache issue is for almost all pages, I reinstall the webmaster files, but nothing happens. The website is not new and already use Google console for cache, but after some time the same issue occurs. Please helps me fix the issue.

Thanks in Advanced.........
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  • Profile picture of the author KaapoJed
    It means your website pages are not cached yet.

    To have your site in web cache you should-
    • Go to Google's Crawl URL web page and submit a request to crawl them.
    • Enter the complete URL of the site -- including "http://" -- in the field.
    • Submit bulk pinging requests on bulk pinging submissions sites with all versions of Google.
    • Check if you've embedded NOFOLLOW or NOINDEX directives in the meta tags. If yest then remove them.
    • Robots meta directives look like this:
      • <meta name="robots" content="noindex,noarchive,nofollow,noodp,noydir" >
    • Share your website pages and homepage on social media sites, Google+ most preferred. The more people will click on your webpage that would bring more chances to get cached through it.
    • Repeat the processes until it got cached.
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  • Yes, it's mean your website has not cache. You can use google url submission through it you can request to crawl your website again. It may take sometimes.

    Many reasons can be behind it. Check your website meta robots content, it should be "follow, index".
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  • Facing the same issue and that why I just joined this forum.

    Now if you remove www. from the search cache 404 page url, you will see that your site is getting indexed - like this

    Packers and Movers India, International, Household, Car and Bike Shifting - +919311222578

    So pinging your site or re-indexing isn't the answer.

    But the problem is that though this may be a google side technical issue, I am noticing that my site is dropping its ranking and all my competition sites don't have this issue.

    I have also tried to add www. in one of my domain but that not the solution as I don't want to see the search cache 404 on any version of my site.

    Please stay in touch if you get any solution, as currently, this issue exists on your site.

    Pratap Singh
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    • Profile picture of the author Sania Sharma
      thnkew so much Pratap Singh.. I was so upset regarding my site..
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  • Profile picture of the author May I Help You
    I have tried all these solutions but still not getting the result. My website for Printer technical support USA i.e. May I Help You is still not cache by google and it is showing the 4040 error.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nehaaggarwal
    This is the same issue on my website & I was too worried about this but I looked over this issue & ask for experts related to this issue.

    So I came to know as an expert advise me, There is nothing wrong, Google is facing bug issue and Google s trying to fix this issue ASAP.

    As this is just a small bug and will be fixed by Google shortly.
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  • Profile picture of the author antennaexperts
    Nowadays showing this types of issue on mostly website! I am also facing some issue on my website.
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