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DNS Probe Finished Problem in Google Chrome Windows 8.1

Hello, I am on Windows 8.1 and continuously facing error whenever I try to visit any website on Google Chrome. I don't want to switch the browser. The error says DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET. Please guide.

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You can fix DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET error in Google Chrome By Applying This Method:
Open Command Prompt (Run as administrator) in your PC.
Type the following code and hit enter...
netsh winsock reset
Now simply restart your PC and error must be resolved now....
Source: DNS PROBE FINISHED NO INTERNET

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Error 105 indicates that Chrome can't find a DNS server.

Without a DNS server, a browser can't find a web page using a domain name (such as google.com) and therefore cannot surf the web.

If you have another browser, such as Edge, Internet Explorer, or Firefox and they cannot reach google.com either, then you are either not connected to a network with internet access or your browser has been hijacked.

If you are on a windows computer, use Windows+R or click in the Run box on your start menu and type cmd to pull up a command window. type >ping google.com and hit enter... if it pings the address successfully, then you have DNS and your browser has been clobbered.

Otherwise try connecting to another network, contact your network administrator, or examine your TCP/IP settings for your current network adapter and set your Preferred DNS server to 8.8.8.8 (google's DNS server) and the Alternate DNS to 4.4.4.4 (also google). This should give you access to the whole internet via domain names.

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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 - 8.8.4.4
Alternate DNS Server - 8.8.8.8
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.

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To change DNS settings (in Win 7) go to Control Panel / Network and Internet / Network and Sharing Center (may be listed as "View Network Status and Tasks" in control panel)

Next click on your connection (Local area network or Wireless area network)

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Select any DNS addresses here and Click remove. Make sure there are non left

Click OK. you should now be back at the "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP v4)" window

without altering the IP settings at the top, select "Use The Following DNS Server Addresses"

in the first area write 8 . 8 . 8 . 8 .
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1 select "Validate Settings Upon Exit" and press ok
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