The 10 Second Fix to 99% of LastPass Errors (Especially the Invalid Response Error)

By Nate McCallister / a couple of weeks ago

Idk who needs to hear this, but you can fix that annoying Last Pass error by clearing your local cache. Read how here --> 

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LastPass is critical to my business, so I was pretty frustrated when I kept getting an error when I tried to save a new website and password through the Chrome extension.

"INVALID RESPONSE!"

Last Pass Invalid Response

Bah!!!!

I tried the basic Chrome error fixes. 

  • Cleared cache, cookies and browsing history
  • Deleted the LastPass extension and reinstalled it
  • Shut down Chrome 

Nothing worked!!!

I was close to switching to something else but after a little digging, I found that LastPass had a cache feature. Anything that has a cache feature should always have the ability to clear it, which LastPass does. 

Clearing the local cache got me up and running.

Here is how to do it.

How to Fix Most Lass Pass Errors

Note: You should still do the 3 steps I mentioned above first. (1) Clear your Chrome browsers cache, history and cookies (2) Delete the last pass extension and reinstall. (3) Shut down Chrome completely and reopen. Then complete the next step...

1.

Left click on the LastPass Chrome extension Icon

2.

Left click on "Account Options"

Last Pass extension issues
3.

Left click on "Advanced"

LastPass Advanced
4.

Left click on "Clear Local Cache"

LastPass Clear Cache
5.

Test and celebrate!

About the author

Nate McCallister

Nate is the founder and main contributor of EntreResource.com. He is a lifestyle entrepreneur who spends his time building businesses and raising his two kids Sawyer and Brooks with his beautiful wife Emily. His main interests include copywriting, economics and piano.

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