Overcome the problem DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN Facebook this coincidentally I now use a very popular browser and often I use to open facebook on my computer. When I do some activities on the internet, especially when opening fcebook, there is a problem that I get.
You will get common error message when you browse to the Internet through Google Chrome. Not only DNS sample NXDOMAIN error, but also several other errors in there completed. Every mistake has its own meaning, and we must deal with them in a variety of ways. So today we are talking about how to solve this error message once you put it in your computer.
Actually this problem is not only experienced in google chrome browser but on other browsers like firefox, opera, maxton or other browser. With this inconvenience I try to fix the problem, there are several ways to overcome the problem DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN facebook this you can try one way or if not resolved can use some way below that can be tried.
In this case I use an example when I use google chrome as a browser, but did not rule out the way that this share can work on browsers other than google chrome.
Here is a little information for you. DNS means domain name server. The main task of DNS is to translate into domain names into the corresponding IP address. For example, we must deal with hundreds of websites each day. Among them will be Facebook, etc. All of these domain names has a corresponding IP address where the file is stored. It is very a numeric IP address to remember, it has the importance of human and DNS. DNS changing IP address into the domain name unforgettable.
- Try it by doing a Clear Cache on the browser and rerun the browser and open your facebook page.
- Enter this address on chrome: bar / flags / and press enter.
- Then click the Reset all button to default, then rerun google chrome browser.
- Open a command prompt, run with administrator. To make it easier to open a command prompt can by using the Windows key + X Button and select Command Prompt Admin.
- And input netsh command winsock reset catalog.
- Restart your computer
- Change the DNS Manual settings by clicking Open Network Sharing Center, how to click
Right logo of the network whose position is in the bottom right corner.
- And choose Change Adapter Setting.
- Select the network used and right click and select Properties.
- Scroll down and select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IP4) and click the Properties button.
- Check the Use the following DNS server Addresses.
- Fill Preferred DNS server with 126.96.36.199
- And fill in Alternate DNS server with 188.8.131.52 and click OK button
There is an alternative solution to the above problem. I bet you will not have to follow the following solution for the above work in almost all situations. Please see below if you can not solve the problem with the above solution.
Step 1: – Open the prompt of Windows key + press R and enter cmd.
Step 2: – Now enter “netsh winsock reset catalog” and press the Enter key.
Step 3: – Once the command runs, start your PC.
Now you will not get the error mentioned above.
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