Fix Gmail Error “Oops..the system encountered a problem #2014”

The add-ons or third party services can cause “Oops…the system encountered a problem (#2014)”. To disable third-party services from your device, you can use Windows Defender or Windows security status, by following the steps below:

Step 2: Now, under Windows Security, click on Open Windows Security.

Step 3: From the Security at a Glance, check for the issues and updates. This section will direct you automatically, for the necessary checks and downloads, securely. 

Check for updates and security checks

 

4. Clear Browsing Cache, Cookies, and History

This might be the way out for you, as this method can also resolve some glitches in your device. 

For Google Web Users,

Step 1: Open Google Browser, click on History, and click on the History tab again, as shown below. 

click on history tab from Google browser 

Step 2: Go to History, select the web pages you want to clear or delete and click on Clear browsing data, from the left side of the screen. 

 select the web pages and click on clear browsing data

Step 3: Under the following page, after clicking on clear browsing data, choose the options to clear history, cookies, and other cache data from below and click on clear data. 

click on clear data to clear cache and cookies data 

For Microsoft Edge,

Step 1: Open Microsoft Edge, click on the three dots at the top-right, as shown below. 

open Microsoft Edge, click on the three dots at the top right

Step 2: Click on the History tab, either by tapping directly on the History tab or by clicking CTRL + H, from the keyboard. 

go to history from the Microsoft Edge page 

Step 3: From the History tab, click on Clear browsing data.

 clear browsing data from history in Microsoft Edge

Step 4: Under Clear browsing data, choose the period you want to clear your data for, select to clean cookies, history, and other data, and click on clear now

 select the data to be cleared, and click on clear now

For Firefox

Step 1: Open your Firefox Browser, and click on the History Tab

Click on the history tab from the three lines at the top right 

Step 2: Under the History tab, click on Clear Recent History

Under history, click on clear recent history

Step 3: After clicking on Clear recent History, select a time range for which you wish to clear the data, like- cookies, caches, and more. And then, click on the OK tab. 

chose the time range and click on ok 

For Opera,

Step 1: Open Opera web browser, and click on the click icon, i.e.- History, from the left side of the screen.

 click on the history icon from the opera browser screen 

Step 2: Under History, click on the Clear Browsing Data tab, as shown below.

Under history, click on the clear browsing data tab 

Step 3: Under Clear Browsing Data, slide to the basic section and select on Browsing history, cookies, and other site data and cached images and images section, and then click on clear data.

select the data you want to clear, and click on the clear data tab 

5. Disable Browsing Extensions 

For Google Chrome, 

Step 1: Click on the puzzle icon (for extensions), from the top-right of your Google web browser screen.

click on the extensions icon from the google web browser

Step 2: Under the extensions, click on the three dots of the saved extensions that you are planning to remove. And afterward, click on the extension’s icon. Now, click on Remove from Chrome tab.

click on the three dots and  then click on remove from chrome 

For Microsoft Edge, 

Step 1: Open the Microsoft Web Browser, click on the puzzle icon, from the top right of the screen. 

Click on the extension icon from the Microsoft web browser 

Step 2: You will be able to see all the pre-saved extensions under the extensions bar, click on the three dots on the ones that you want to remove from the browser. And afterward, click on Remove from Microsoft Edge. 

 Click on the extensions icon, choose the saved extension, and click on remove from Microsoft edge

For Firefox, 

Step 1: Open Firefox browser, and click on the pre-saved extensions in the top right corner of the Firefox web screen, as shown below. 

click on the extensions from the top bar of the firefox web screen 

Step 2: After clicking on the saved extension icon, click on the remove extensions tab. 

click on remove extension

Step 3: Now, as the following screen appears, click on the remove tab. 

click on remove tab 

For Opera, 

Step 1: Open Opera web browser, and click on the box icon for extensions, from the top right corner of the screen. And then, click on the Manage Extensions tab, as shown below. 

Click on the manage extensions tab under the extensions icon

Step 2: Choose the extension you wish to remove and as you open the saved extensions, click on the disable Tab. 

under extensions, click on the disable tab.

6. Switch to HTML Gmail Services

If the above methods didn’t work out. You should switch your latest Gmail services to the HTML version. But, before switching Gmail to HTML version, keep in mind:

  1. You will not be able to access certain Gmail features
  2. You won’t be able to apply certain keyboard shortcuts
  3. You won’t be able to use quick actions 
  4. You won’t be able to use extra add-ons, like-spell check or extensions. 

Choose to switch your Gmail to the HTML Version of Gmail wisely. 

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