Google Drive is a great way to store your files and access them from any device. However, it cannot be easy when Google Drive doesn’t let you download the file you need. This article will tell you how to fix this problem so that you don’t have to worry about not getting the information or document you need!
This post has everything from what causes the “Cannot Download File” error, different ways to fix it, and other alternatives for storing files if Google Drive isn’t working for you. Read on for all of these helpful tips!
If Google Drive shows you “cannot download file”, it may be because a firewall has blocked Google Drive. Google Drive is only available in browsers that can place a remote request. To fix this issue, find out how to unblock Google Drive in your browser settings or contact your network administrator.
The following steps should only be attempted by Chromebook users who are associated with their Google account:-
1. Log in to your Chromebook and open the Chrome browser.
2. Log into your account.
3. In the address bar type – chrome://settings/cookies NOT chrome://settings/content.
5. On the pop-up, type drive.google.com.
6. Make sure you check the option to enable third-party cookies in your browser on this site.
7. Now, click “Add.”
Hopefully, this article has helped you to learn about how Google Drive works. It can be a great tool for storing and accessing files from any device, but it won’t always work how we want it. The following tips should help when your Google Drive is not letting you download the file you need; remember that sometimes things don’t go as planned!