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Internet When i try to go online a box pops up and says there is a problem with my DNS server. How do i fix it?

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Try to fix your wireless connection from your computer by searching through the drive you installed it on. If you dont have a router than thats your problem

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Follow these guidelines to fix this problem:


  • Please refresh the page to continue
  • Check for problems with your internet connection
  • Clear Browser Cache
  • Update Adobe Flash Player
  • Reduce the Number of Running Internet Applications
  • Move to Google Public DNS or OpenDNS:
Replace the values of your current DNS with Google Public DNS or otherwise OpenDNS as shown below:
  • Click Start ' Control Panel.
  • Click Network and Internet ' Network and Sharing Centre ' Manage Network Connections.
  • Right click the Local Area Connection icon, select Properties.
  • Click the Networking tab, select the Internet Protocol Version 4 option and click Properties button.
  • Replace the values of following text boxes with the specified numbers-
  • - Preferred DNS Server: 8.8.8.8
  • - Alternate DNS Server: 8.8.4.4
  • . Click OK ' Close ' Close.
Alternatively you may replace test the same with OpenDNS as well. Its Preferred DNS Server is 208.67.222.222 and Alternate DNS Server is 208.67.220.220.


If problem still occurs then use PC optimizer tool Intel software Partner Reginout.

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Tip on speeding up your Internet connection.


I have high speed and my Internet was sluggish at best for months. I tried everything including the following Resetting my cable modem, replacing my cable modem with a newer model. Resetting my Wi-Fi router, replacing my Wi-Fi router. Reinstalling my operating system. Updating my network drivers. Scanning for Malwere and viruses daily. I tried different browers including Firefox, Chrome and others. I updated Internet Explorer with all the latest patches.

I have determine that the DNS server was the issue. The DNS server is a translator, it allows us to just type in the website name like www.microsoft.com instead of remembering numbers like 216.239.51.99. I fix mine by using Open DNS instead of my internet provider DNS Server.

Here is how to fix it. Go to control panel, then click on your local area connection icon. Click on properties and then double click on TCP/IP Internet Protocol. Leave the top settings alone, which will still obtain the IP address automatically. Type in the Open DNS Preferred DNS server settings of 24.25.5.60. Type in the Open DNS Alternate DNS server settings of 24.25.5.61. Reboot your PC and enjoy the speed.

on May 28, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do I configure my laptops IP address to my router to get online? I'm using windows vista. I tried a few times and I can't find the window to type in the laptops IP address. How?


Follow the following steps to change your TCP and IP Settings on Windows Vista

1. Go to the Control Panel from the Start menu.
2. Click "Network and Internet" and then "Network and Sharing Center."
3. Click "Manage network connections."
4. Choose which Internet connection you would like to change if you have more than one. Right click on it and select "Properties."
5. Click the "Networking" tab.
6. Choose Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
(Note that "Obtain an IP Address Automatically" works fine generally)
7. Click "Use the following IP Address" to enter your own IP settings.
- Enter IP address (eg. 192.168.1.125) into the box marked "IP Address, press tab "Subnet Mask" would appear automatically (255.255.255.0) and in "Default gateway." type 192.168.0.1.

To specify DNS server address settings, do one of the following:

- To obtain a DNS server address automatically, click Obtain DNS server address automatically, and then click OK.
- To specify a DNS server address, click Use the following DNS server addresses, and then, in the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server boxes, type the addresses of the primary and secondary DNS servers.(which can be obtained from your internet service provider (ISP).

For visual help, check out step by step guide here
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I'm locking up in family feud or the game won't load. I have adobe flash player installed in my firefox. I've tried cleaning my registry , cleaning out my cache and nothing seems to help.


Is Frontier your internet service provider? If so, please see the following;

Currently, we are seeing issues reported by many users who have Frontier as their Internet Service Provider and are seeing the error below.

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We are offering a voluntary workaround for users who are unable to access the game through Frontier's DNS servers. A suggested way to solve this issue is to use OpenDNS servers. This solution was reported to have worked for a user with this issue. Please note: We are merely suggesting this suggestion, as it has been passed to us, but do not take responsibility for failure of this solution. We would also recommend this only for users who consider themselves to be knowledgeable about computer networking.

We are also investigating further and hope to have a more simple solution in the future.



How to change Windows 7/Vista to use OpenDNS servers:

1. Open your control panel.

2. Open up Network and Internet and go to the Network and Sharing Center.
pic2.jpg 3. Click on Change adapter settings on the left hand panel.

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4. This will bring up a list of adapters present on your computer. Most people will have a Local Area Connection while laptop users will add a Wireless Network Connection and possibly a Bluetooth Network Connection...go ahead and right click on Local Area Connection and click on Properties.

NOTE: These steps do not change if you are modifying the Wireless Network Connection instead
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5. If prompted by UAC, click on Yes.
6. Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click on properties.


pic5.jpg 7. In the properties window you will see a few radio boxes with both of them saying Obtain an IP/DNS Address Automatically....we will leave the IP address alone and will change the Obtain DNS....to use the following:
In the Preferred DNS server boxes enter this sequence: 208.67.222.222

In the Alternate DNS server boxes enter this sequence: 208.67.220.220
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8. Check the validate settings upon exit (Optional) check box, click OK, and then Close to finish. (See screenshot above)

9. Windows will check your settings (if you checked the option above) and you will be finished! Now start surfing to feel the effects of a quicker and more secure browsing experience!
How to change Windows XP DNS settings:
Sometimes you may want to override the default DNS (Domain Name Server) settings on your computer so you can specify which DNS server is used, or which IP address should be used for a particular domain. There are two ways to do this: Specify the DNS and map IP addresses.
(1) Specify the DNS to be Used To set your DNS, you need to find the Internet Protocol window.
For Users on a Dial-up Connection:

Go to My Computer>Dialup Networking.

Right-click your internet connection and select Properties.

A window will open - click the Server Types tab. Click TCP/IP Settings.
For All Other Users:

Go to Control Panel>Network Connections and select your local network.

Click Properties, then select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).

Click Properties.
You will see a window like the one below - this is the Internet Protocol window. Select "Use the following DNS server addresses" and enter the desired DNS server(s) in the space(s) provided.
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Note: To add more DNS servers, click Advanced then the DNS tab.
(2) Map IP Addresses This method allows you to create settings for individual domains without altering your main DNS preferences. This is useful if you don't have access to a DNS or if you want to specify the location of a single domain without interfering with any of your other online activities.
Open the following file in a plain text editor such as Notepad:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
The file looks like the one below. At the end of the file (in this case, under the localhost entry), enter the IP and domain you wish to specify. When your browser attempts to access a domain it refers to this file first - if the domain is found here then the specified IP address will be used. If the domain is not found here, then the normal DNS server (as specified above) will be used.



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(Note that for the XP one above, they can use the same OpenDNS servers
(208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220) as for the Windows 7 link above)

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How do I change the ip address from the lcd display?


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  • Go to the Control Panel from the Start menu.
  • Step 2 Click "Network and Internet" and then "Network and Sharing Center."
  • Step 3 Click "Manage network connections."
  • Step 4 Choose which Internet connection you would like to change if you have more than one. Right click on it and select "Properties."
  • Step 5 Click the "Networking" tab.
  • Step 6 Choose either Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) or Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6).
  • Step 7 Click "Obtain an IP Address Automatically" to reset your IP address automatically, then click OK.
  • Step 8 Click "Use the following IP Address" to enter your own IP settings.
  • Step 9 Enter your IP address into the boxes marked "IP Address," "Subnet Mask" (or "Subnet prefix length for IP/TCPv6) and "Default gateway."
    Change your DNS Server Settings
  • Step 1 Click "Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically" and then click "OK."
  • Step 2 Click "Use the following DNS Server addresses" to change your DNS Server settings manually.
  • Step 3 Type your primary DNS Server address into the box that says "Preferred DNS Server."
  • Step 4 Type your secondary DNS Server address into the box that says "Alternate DNS Server."
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  • Step 1 Click "Properties" and then "Install" from "Manage network connections."
  • Step 2 Click "Client," "Service" or "Protocol," depending on which you wish to add. Then click "Add."
  • Step 3 Select the item you want to add from the dialogue box and click OK.
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