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Re: "Cannot Find Server or DNS Error"
You guys could try the following to bring back the browser service, if it's not a connection or dns issue:
1. in the cmd run "regsvr32 actxprxy.dll" and "regsvr32 shdocvw.dll"
2. reboot windows
If the above couldn't fix the issues, run the following extra commds:
and restart the system once again
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Refresh the page that failed to load. If the page reloads, you just had a momentary lapse in service that happens with most providers. Between each following step, try refreshing the page to see if the problem is resolved.
Check the page address you typed into the address bar to make sure it is spelled right. An error in the URL address could cause this error message.
Go to your connection settings and make sure the settings match those of your Internet service provider or local area network. Do this by clicking on Tools on the toolbar, then Internet Options. Under the Connections tab, click Settings.
Click the "Detect Network Settings" link on the Internet Explorer page accompanying the error message to let Windows try and find an optimum connection.
Download DNS error fix software off the Internet if no other option works (see Resources). The software is free on some websites and should be able to identify the problem and correct it.
Error 105 is one of the most commonly faced errors by a lot of users everyday who are using Google chrome Error 105 is a DNS resolution error. - Which means when you enter the URL of the website and hit enter in Google chrome, it tries to resolve the IP address of the website using a protocol called DNS (Domain Name System). If chrome is unable to reach the DNS server, the name resolution fails and you get the error 105.
Solution: Once you have verified from your internet service provider that there is no problem on their end, follow the step by step instructions below. We are simply going to add a manual DNS address in Windows so that chrome is able to resolve DNS queries. 1) Press [Windows Key + R] to open the "RUN Dialog" Alternatively, you can also click on the start menu, type run in the search bar, and you will have the RUN Program. Once you have the RUN box, type in ncpa.cpl and click OK - This would work for all Windows operating systems including Windows Xp, Vista and 7. 2) Next, Choose the correct network adapter (from the icons) If you are connecting to the internet using an Ethernet cable, then most likely you are using a desktop computer. Right-Click "Local Area Connection" and click "Properties"
If you are connecting to the internet using a Wi-Fi Connection, then Right-Click on "Wireless Network Connection" and click properties 3) After you open the properties window, select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and click "Properties" 4) Usually you would be having both the options set to "Automatic" In the section below, select the "Use the following DNS Server Addresses" and enter the following values Preferred DNS Server - 188.8.131.52 Alternate DNS Server - 184.108.40.206 and click "OK", then click "CLOSE"
You must now test your new configuration by browsing a website - you can also try and browse the website you were trying to get to when you got the error 105.
A "DNS" server is a "DOMAIN NAME SERVER" -- you feed it a name, such as 'www.ebay.com', and it returns an IP-address. Then, the Internet "routes" your traffic to that IP-address, and eBay's web-server responds to your request, and sends a web-page to your IP-address.
A "DNS error" means either:
* there is no IP-address associated with the name, as you spelled it, e.g., 'ww.ebaay.co', or,
* your computer could not connect to the DNS-server, and so could not send the query,
* your computer does not know the IP-address of the DNS-server, and thus has "nowhere" to send your DNS-query.
first check wether you received a valid ip address for your local network. usually, this should be something like 192.168.x.y. if so, then you might indeed face a dns issue. dns is used to resolve web site names to ip address. usually, your ip service provider will broadcast the external dns servers for your router to recognize.
try to connect with a computer first. if it works, check the ip settings. if your computer also cannot connect without explicit dns server settings you can do one of the following: - explicit dns server address in ps3. go to "advanced internet connection settings", and then to "dns settings" and set the dns server address - purchase a 30$ network router and hook it between your internet and the ps3. in the router settings, set the dns server address to be broadcasted to the clients. you can use 220.127.116.11 and 2 which are dns servers in korea (i live in korea), but you might want to find the server near to your location or promoted by your isp