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Go to services.msc, then look for DNS Server. check if it is started, if its not, right click on the the DNS Server then click on start, if it doesnt start due to restriction. please contact ur administrator, if your the admin but u still cant start the DNS Server i suppose that there is a virus blocking ur DNS Server Service. try to scan it, or download and run "winsock utility" if it still doesnt work, i am sorry but you need to reinstall your OS

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