Have you noticed the problem of sometimes the web page being unavailable and are used to getting the error message that says DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET whenever you try to open your Chrome browser on the PC? This post will attempt to teach you certain methods that can help you fix this problem.
You should know that getting this code is a common problem faced by most internet users and usually occurs in case there is some internet connectivity problem.
In case you ever surfing the internet and receive this error message, you should know some of the reasons behind this occurring and those have been listed below:
- Error in your DNS server
- When your DNS stops responding.
- Error in your Windows version
- When the DNS server is down
In this article, we will attempt to propose some of the simplest and best solutions to tackle this code error problem more permanently.
- You should first consider checking the connectivity of your internet network, and for doing so, you will be required to go to the start menu and then to the Control Panel.
- You will then have to go to the option that says “Networking and Sharing Center” and from there right click on that option which says “Local Area connection.” You must then select the “Status” bar to verify the Connectivity of the network and the close the tab, and it will be done.
- You can also fix this code problem by running the ‘ipconfig /flushdns command in Command Prompt, to do which you will have to go to the start menu and then search and select the CMD option which will open a pop-up. In this pop up you will have to type the command “ipconfig /flushdns” and press on the Enter button to initiate it within a few minutes.
- One of the ways to fix the code problem on your Chrome Browser is by updating all of the Window Drivers that are available. You can do this by going to the start menu and then proceeding to go to the Control Panel and then scrolling down to select the “Windows update” button, over here you will have to verify if any new driver is left to be updated and if some of them require it, do them right away. After updating and closing the window the code problem should be fixed, or
Going to the start menu and then directly to Device Manager and check for error signs that any driver may have made visible. You will then have the right-click on that very option and select the “Update driver software” button over there and wait for a few moments. After the update is done, you can close the window and rest assured that the problem will be fixed.
- You can also consider changing the TCP/ IPv4 Proxy Settings in LAN for which you will have to go to the start menu and from there open the Internet Browser that you use. You will then have to sleet the ‘Tools’ option from which the ‘Internet options.’ After having done so, you will be required to reach the ‘Connections’ option and select the “LAN settings” which will open a Pop-up, from there you will have to deselect the option that says Use a proxy server for your LAN” and press the OK button. After having completed this, you will be able to put an end to the code error problem.
- Another method to fix this problem is clearing your entire internet browser cookies and cache, to do which you will have to go to the browser of your PC and select the Settings option, from which the History option must be selected. Once this is done, you must select the option that says “Clear Browsing Data” and put a tick on the options such as ‘Cookies” and also ‘Caches,’ if you wish to delete more of those, you can also go ahead. You will then have to click on the drop-down menu and click the ‘from the beginning’ button, after which you must proceed to “Clear Browsing Data” and wait for a few seconds for the process to complete.