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Find web pages that have disappeared


Are you getting "Error 404 - Page NOT Found" or similar errors when looking for pages on the internet? (typing in addresses, using search engines or clicking links)

Possible reasons: page renamed, moved or deleted from server, directory name changed, server changed, server temporarily down.

Try searching Google's cache (where Google holds copies of pages indexed)

Simply paste the desired URL* into the box below after "cache:" (no extra spaces) and hit Search:
* to obtain the correct URL, go back to the link pointing to the desired page, right-click it and select "Copy link".

Example: Imagine the page contact.htm no longer existed...
Enter the text: cache:contact.htm in the box below:

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If the URL is correct and the page has been indexed by Google, you will find a past version of the page in Google's cache.

Note: If you wish to follow a link on a page in Google's cache, and the target page has also disappeared, right-click the link, select "Copy link", come back to this page and paste the URL into the box above (repeat the procedure).

Search the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine.

Paste the desired URL* into the box below and hit Search:
* to obtain the correct URL, go back to the link pointing to the desired page, right-click it and select "Copy link".
( Example above )

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