The Internet not working is the literally the worst message that the user gets while surfing on the web. And unlike everyone, we tend to do the first thing to tackle the situation, by pressing the refresh button. Unfortunately, that doesn’t fix up the situation at all.
Well, today we are going to talking about DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET or we can say DNS Probe Finished no Internet error message that most of Google Chrome users are seeing these days. Anyone can say in the bright sunlight that this error is related to internet connection or perhaps firewall configuration. Mostly, every little guess relates to one diagnosis, which is that the internet is not working.
So, we request you to follow these certain solutions carefully to rectify errors like DNS PROBE FINISHED NO INTERNET.
Solution 1: Via Command Prompt
Step 1: Open CMD (Command Prompt). It is mandatory that you run the CMD application in the Administrator mode.
Step 2: Execute these commands one by one.
- netsh int ip set dns
- netsh winsock reset
Step 3: Restart your computer.
Step 4: DNS Probe Finished no Internet error will be gone!
Solution 2: Change TCP/IP4 Proxy
Step 1: Open Network Connection.
Step 2: Right click on your preferred using connection.
Step 3: Select properties.
Step 4: Select Internet protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
Step 5: Change the DS address into following.
- Preferred DNS server: 126.96.36.199
- Alternate DNS server: 188.8.131.52
Step 6: Save the setting.
Step 7: Restart
Step 8: DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET Error is now Solved!
Solution 3: Update Driver Software
Step 1: Open run.
Step 2: Type ‘devmgmt.msc’ and press enter to open device manager.
Step 3: Click on ‘Network Adapters.’
Step 4: Right click on your current network adapter and click ‘Update Driver Software.’
Step 5: Click on ‘Browse my computer for driver.’
Step 6: Click on ‘Let me pick from a list…’
Step 7: Select your compatible network hardware and then click next.
Step 8: If you can see the dialog box written ‘Successful driver update.’ Then that’s it. Now all you need to do is restart your internet, and it is fixed.
In our research, we found out that these solutions are working very fine on mostly every Windows operating system out there. Solutions can be tricky and obviously, they are, most problems initiate from your ISP and the service provider or from the back end of the server itself. In that case, you need to contact your service provider and instruct them to resolve the issue.
Well, we hope you liked hanging out with us and if you have any query feel free to drop your suggestions and views in the comment section below. Till then, that’s all for this guys and stay tuned for next update.