An out of range reading would either be zero ohms, or infinite ohms. If the reading is infinite (or OL on my meter) that means the resistance is higher than the range you have the meter set for, like trying to read 270K on a 200K range, so you need to increase the meter range to 2M or whatever your meter has. Or maybe your meter leads are not making a good connection on those particular resistors due to something on the leads (flux, oxidation, dirt, whatever).
Make those checks again, it's impossible to have "no reading"
A good capacitor will charge up as you are testing it for resistance until it finally is more than 200M or OL, otherwise it is bad (leaky if reading less than 200M, or if shorted reading less than 1M or even less than 1K.