To resolve these errors, you need to know why these errors happen so you can easily handle these types of errors. There is an error in the DNS (Domain Name Server) used for the actual work of DNS is to translate a website name into the appropriate IP address of the web site. But your browser can not translate a web address, and you will have these types of errors. Domain Name Server is a very important component for the functioning of the Internet. Different e-mail transfer agents use to send DNS e-mail with the server.
All websites have a corresponding IP address, in which all data and files are stored by websites. Instead of giving a man a numeric IP address of all web sites DNS can do just that. NXDOMAIN means domain non-existent are the Internet domain names that can not be resolved by a DNS server. DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN can also occur when you make changes to the host file and can prevent you from accessing the site. Many times, because of a faulty configuration on your PC, a WLAN router or the firewall settings of the computer.
Reset Google Chrome to default
If the error is not resolved after applying the above procedure, only one option for you to reset Google Chrome Web browser will be the default. To set Google Chrome to Standard, just follow the process step below.
First, open Google Chrome’s Chrome browser.
- On the upper right you will find three points click on them.
- Now select the setting option and open a new tab.
- Here you can find the reset to the default selection and click the Google chrome cap.
- After that, restart the computer and try to surf the Internet.
Reset the catalog and IP
Resetting the catalog and IP are other solutions to fix this type of error. You can set the catalog and the IP address set the prompt window just follow the step by step below.
- Press Windows + R and find the prompt.
- Open an input prompt as an administrator.
- Type “netsh int-ip reset c: \ resetlog.txt” or “netsh winsock reset catalog” command
And then click the Enter button.
- After that, start your computer and the error will be fixed.
Set all functions to Standard
This method works only in Google Chrome. So just reset type features for Chrome users. If the two above methods fail to fix your problem, then at the bottom of the above steps should fix it.
- Open Chrome
- Type “chrome: // flags /” in the address bar and press Enter.
- Now click on “Reset all settings” from the right.
- Close Chrome and reopen.
- Now try to open the page.
This will reset everything in Chrome and will also change your browser data. We have recently learned that this method works for many users, and that is why we are thinking about updating it here. Let us know if this helps you fix bugs on your DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN Windows Server 2012. Thank you for reading this article until the last paragraph, if this article useful you can share to social media Google+, Facebook and others. thanks. – John Sadino –