How To Fix DNS Server Not Responding Error
DNS Server Not Responding Errors on Your Network
Looks like that you are browsing your favorite website and shopping online and suddenly you lose the connection and cannot access any websites through the Internet. As expected with all the technical knowledge you possess, the user try to troubleshoot the network problems on your Windows. It tells you the DNS server not responding error.
You may see these error which states the DNS server isn’t responding. This error says that your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (DNS server) is not responding. DNS is the abbreviation for “Domain Name Server” that indicated that the search you are trying to reach is not available as of now but it still tries to fetches the address of your required website to enable you to get access to it.
DNS is a server based error that translates websites' addresses (IP) so that your browser can connect to it. This error majorly happens with the addresses are outdated or the server has technical issues, you'll encounter a DNS error and won't be able to connect to a specific site or group of sites even with Internet access. It is causes your data change in shortcut so you can also remove shortcut virus with help of many free tools.
One of the most user friendly method is to troubleshoot is to hypothetically fix DNS issues by troubleshooting your recently used connection, highlighting the DNS cache, disabling extra connections, changing your computer's default DNS server, and even resetting your router.
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