How to Fix Problem - "DNS not responding" Windows 7?
"DNS not responding" Windows 7
I keep getting the "DNS not responding" box constantly whenever I try to use the internet. I've looked on several forums that try to solve a problem similar to mine, and even though I've basically tried everything they all say, my internet connection is unstable.
I'm on a Dell Inspiron One running on Windows 7. I'm sure the problem is not with my internet provider (Time Warner) because all my other wireless devices get online with no problem at all. An older Dell computer goes online with an ethernet cable, and no problem there. I've flushed the DNS cache, changed my firewall setings, tried using different DNS server addresses, checked that the drivers weren't outdated, changed the settings on my internet browser, etc., etc., and nothing seems to be a permanent fix. my connection will work for a little while, then I get the yellow exclamation point on the lower right hand corner and the dreaded DNS not responding box while on Google Chrome.
Both the local area connection and wireless connection are giving me the same problem. I've no idea what else to do... Also my anti-virus is Norton, used to be the pre-installed McAfee, which I uninstalled prior to installing Norton; I don't know if that matters.
Any help please?
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