ChatGPT Internal Server Error – how to fix plugins not working

ChatGPT Internal Server Error – how to fix plugins not working
Amaar Chowdhury Updated on by

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If you’ve recently been granted access to plugins – you might also be seeing the ChatGPT Internal Server Error issue. Here’s how to fix it.

We first encountered the issue ourselves when trying to use the Wolfram plugin with ChatGPT, however many of our attempts were blocked by ChatGPT themselves.

After getting slightly frustrated that there might be nothing to do – we decided to try and fix it. Here’s what we tried:

Potential fixes for ChatGPT Internal Server Error

Here’s a few quick things you can try to fix the Internal Server Issue Error.

  • Try alternative web browser
  • Clear browser cache
  • Turn on, or off, your VPN
  • Disable ad-blocker
  • Log-out and log back in
  • Refresh your page

The issue with an internal server error is that it spans from your browser being unable to access the requested web page. It’s possible that a particular plugin is not enabled in your country.

Try alternative web browser

It’s possible that it’s your specific web browser that is preventing you from accessing the plugin, so switching over to another browser can be a useful fix.

Clear browser cache

This can also help your browser finally access the web page. Though this is not a guaranteed fix.

Turn on, or off, your VPN

You can turn on a VPN and see if that changes anything. Alternatively, turning off your VPN might help.


Turning off your adblocker may help. Adblockers are known for preventing requests and plugins may be malfunctioning due to this.

We’re going to be keeping an eye out for the latest updates on the ChatGPT Internal Server issue, though in the meantime we’d recommend you check back in with us periodically for the latest updates.