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This error is related to internet connectivity. BEST FIX DNS PROBE FINISHED NO INTERNET

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DNS stands for Domain Name Service, and it helps in accessing various websites on the Internet. An error regarding the DNS for any particular website usually implies the lack of an active Internet connection. The purpose of DNS is to simply translate the address that a user types on the web browser from the human language into the computer language.

DNS is used to resolve names to numerical IP addresses, which is needed to route traffic onto the Internet. Whenever a URL is entered into the browser, the beginning part is the website's domain name.

One Website Not Working: try contacting other sites on the Internet to see if the DNS error is particular to one website. If only one site is not working, the problem rests with the one website.

Computer Not Connected: another item to check when a DNS error shows up is to see if the computer is on the local network. Check to see if the home or office router can be reached from the computer. If not, the DNS error is from the computer not being able to connect to the local office or home network.

Internet Connection Down: if no websites are working, it might be because the Internet connection is down due to a faulty cable/DNS modem or the ISP is down. Power off and on the modem. If the DNS errors still persist, contact the ISP.

DNS Errors: in the vast majority of cases, DNS errors have nothing to do with DNS. DNS errors are usually one of the first symptoms of internet or wireless connectivity issues.

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If you still have the problem after you have done all this, open CMD and type in this command:
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It looks to me is a Name Resolution problem. The problem is with the DNS Server.
  1. Do you have a Firewall or an Antivirus suite Installed? Please let me know in the next comment.
  2. Then you have to check your DNS settings. IF you have use Router to perform DNS resolution, you have to check the Router's Diagnostics. You have to check the DNS server which the router connects. If it is internal, you may be having an IP Address misconfiguration. You can solve it by going to the Network and Internet connections (Control Panel Applet).
  3. Right click the LAN icon and go to Properties and then Double click TCP/IP properties. Check whether you have assigned a DNS automatically. If you know the address of the Local DNS (if you have one), please specify the IP Address of DNS "Manually".
  4. Right click the Icon above mentioned and select "Stats".
  5. Click on "Support" and then "Details".
  6. Check whether the DNS, DHCP (if available) and Default Gateway (your router most probably) are set Properly.
  7. If all the settings are properly assigned, then you have to check your Antivirus suite and its Firewall (or Windows firewall if you have Modified the settings recently). Try Disabling.
  8. If you still receive the error, you have to clear your DNS cache.
  9. Click Start =>Run, type in cmd, press OK.
  10. Type in ipconfig /flushdns and hit Enter.
  11. Then again type ipconfig /registerdns. (You can view DNS Resolver Cache by using ipconfig /displaydns command). Clear your Browser's Cookies as well. You can do that by going to Tools => Internet Options.
  12. If non of these works, you have to try this method.
  13. Click Start =>Run, type in CMD, press OK.
  14. Copy and paste this into the Command prompt:
  15. netsh winsock reset catalog
  16. Press Enter
  17. Then copy and paste this in:
  18. netsh int ip reset reset.log
  19. Press Enter.
  20. When finished restart your computer.

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