Some of you might already experience this kind of error on your Google chrome. This error is caused by the error and change on your DNS settings that cause you can’t open designated website. The screen will show up error message “DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN”, and you can’t open your designated website. There are several reasons why this trouble exists, and there are also several ways to fix on this trouble. Sometimes, the method you try is not working, and you need to find another way to fix on this trouble. We are going to show you on some easy way to fix this trouble, and if you know an easier and better way to fix this trouble, then let us know it by giving us comment and advice in the comment section below.
Now, Here Are Some Ways to Fix on This DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN error
To fix this DNS error, you can fix it by renewing or resetting your IP and catalog. To reset your IP, first, you need to open command prompt. To open command prompt, search “cmd” on the search bar in startup, and then right-click on the cmd.exe, run it as administrator. After that, a command prompt will show up, and then you need to type “netsh Winsock reset”. This should reset your IP, and should take care of this problem. You need to restart your browser after it. If the trouble still happens, and the screen DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN error shows up again, then you need different ways.
If you use some website filtering software, then try to disabling it, or uninstalling it. The website filtering software can cause some change on your DNS, that creating this error. Antivirus and firewalls can also cause this error to occur, so you should try to disable it to fix this error. If this error still occurred after disabling your antivirus, and DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN screen shows up, try to change your antivirus and firewalls software.