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Try to Uninstall and Reinstall your Network Settings.

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I did not request, "OpenDNS" services that block


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Open DNS uses IP addresses such as 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220
if you see those in the IP settings, remove them. you can select for the configuration to set the DNS servers automatically. if your system doesnt let you view webpages when set to automatic. you can use a different set of IP addresses for DNS. i always recommend using Google's DNS servers because they are somewhat speedier and simple to remember ( 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4)

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on Feb 15, 2011 | PC Desktops

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Why can't you connect to the Internet?


First check your TCP/IP address - see my earlier tip on checking you are connected to a network. For most recent systems, (not Linux) open a command prompt window (type "cmd" in the RUN window from the start menu) and type ipconfig /all
you should see your network adapter name and IP address, a subnet mask (don't worry) and a default gateway, also a DNS server IP address. If ANY of these are missing, that's your problem, try repairing or resetting the network adapter. WRITE THEM DOWN. You may have more than one adapter, you need to identify which one is used for the Internet connection.
If they are all there, from the SAME window type "ping" followed by the IP address of your default gateway. If this fails, you have no connection to your internet router, find out why!
If this succeeds, type "ping" again, followed by the IP address of your DNS server. If this fails, type "tracert" and then the IP address of your DNS server. The FIRST address that will be reported is your default gateway; followed by your ISP address; if the only address you see is your default gateway, the link to your ISP  is down, give them  a call. If it succeeds, from the same window type "nslookup"
You will see a chevron prompt, type in the name of the site you want to go to, e.g google.com.
You should then see a reply from your DNS server, and an IP address for your required server. If not, then either your DNS server settings are wrong OR the server does not exist. It will be obvious which it is from the reply you receive. If the DNS settings are wrong, you can change them from the Control Panel, Network, Network adapter, Properties, TCP/IP v4 properties menu; try setting DNS server to 8.8.8.8 or 8.8.4.4 and try again.

on Mar 26, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I am keep getting error of '' can not find server or DNS error''.. But i am fully connected to wireless interenet through NETGEAR.


This error means there is no communication with DNS server which can be because of corrupt dns cache. This fairly common in xp but is easy to fix. Now since you are saying you are connected wireless this might be nic card message. Try to disable LAN driver from network connections in xp or network and sharing center in vista and windows 7 and see does it still give you the error. If there is no error you can leave it disabled but if still there you should only be able to connect to internet via IP address but not name like google.com. Try to open command prompt and run command ipconfig /flushdns. In vista you have to run CMD.exe as adminisrator by doing right click other wise it wont do it. Hope this helps.

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I cannot communicate with primary dns server 172.29.71.1 is there a way i can reset it automaticaly or manually


You cam try doing a power cycle. Turn off the modem, router (if you have one) and your computer. after 1 minute turn on modem first then router and computer. If you still can't communicate or ping the DNS it could be a firewall that is blocking it.

Oct 08, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I cant get onto internet explorer it says dns error can you help?


Check out your internet connection and its settings, whether it is dial up or broadband oriented.
then you have to know about your ip address of dns server in the network setting places.
you just ping the ip address of dns server following as...

go to start, then run and type "cmd", and it shows the command prompt. type as following format.

ping 10.10.10.5 and press enter key.. this is the sample ip address only. if it gets reply, your dns server is ok. you can use internet. suppose, it wont comes, ask your service provider or support for another or different ip address of dns to check it out.

Jul 21, 2008 | PC Desktops

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When i try to put internet on my psp it keeps telling me i have a dns error.


This error suggests that you are not being assigned an IP correctly. You need to configure the PSP settings to match your wireless router.

Try THIS guide and see if you are able to resolve it

Jul 02, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Dns error


DNS = Domain Name Server

This is a set of specialized servers on the Internet, needed to
translate user friendly internet address such as:

www.microsoft.com

into their binary IP address equivalents, such as:

www.microsoft.com =
207.46.192.254 = (IP address)
$CF 2E C0 FE = (hexadecimal)
1100 1111 0010 1110 1100 0000 1111 1110 (binary)



In order to communicate with Microsoft, your computer
first sends a request to the closest DNS server to resolve
the domain name into a binary address. Once it gets the
binary address of Microsoft, in then prefixes every packet
with a 32-bit destination address, followed by it own 32-bit
return address.

Other specialized computers on the Internet, called routers,
than manage the actual data transfers on a skip by skip basis.

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A DNS error means that your computer is either unable to reach
the pre-determined DNS server, or the server is unable to resolve
the particular address due to a non-existent WEB site or a
spelling mistake.

The actual meaning of the message depends on which layer
of the internet protocol in your computer, (or outside of it)
generated it.

Martin.

May 08, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Dns error has occoured


give more details !

what connection type do u have? public IP ? with firewall? under rooter ? when does that error apear ? ....etc

Apr 08, 2008 | PC Desktops

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