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How to Easily Fix Chrome ‘DNS Probe Finished No Internet’ Error

In this guide, we'll list some useful methods that you can use to solve the DNS Probe Finished No Internet error in Google Chrome

DNS Probe Finished No Internet, also known as Dns_Probe_Finished_No_Internet, is a common error in Google Chrome. Many users reported that they got this issue frequently.

Usually, this error occurs because of a problem with the default DNS server that your computer or device uses. However, you can easily fix it by changing your default DNS server to other DNS services like Google’s DNS, OpenDNS, or maybe one of these services.

In this guide, we’ll list some practical methods that you can use to solve the DNS Probe Finished No Internet error in Google Chrome.

Fix DNS Probe Finished No Internet Using Command Prompt

You can use a simple command line to get rid of the error. First, open the Windows command prompt by typing cmd in the Windows search box and hitting enter. You can also use these shortcut keys” Windows Key + R” then type in cmd and hit Enter. This will open up the command prompt, and once you have opened it, type in or copy and paste the following code: netsh winsock reset

Now press Enter and then restart your computer. Hopefully, it will solve the issue.

If the command line above doesn’t solve the problem, your IP address may also cause the connection issue, and you can release the IP and renew it, which might solve the problem. Open the command prompt again, type in ipconfig /release, and enter. Once done again, type in ipconfig /renew and hit enter again.

Make sure there is a space between ipconfig and forward slash.

Now we will flush the DNS that could be a solution to your problem. Open the command prompt again, type in ipconfig /flushdns, and hit enter.

Once you have run all the commands given above, restart your computer.

Replace The Default DNS Server With A Third-Party DNS Server

By default, your computer uses the default DNS server that it pulls from the internet service provider (aka ISP). However, these default DNS servers sometimes aren’t stable and don’t respond. That’s one of the causes you got this issue and many other problems.

To replace the default DNS server on your computer or device, you can read this article to learn how to do it. It’s a step-by-step article that tells users how to change the DNS server on their computer or device.

Clear Cache, Reinstall Your Browser

Clearing Cache in Chrome – To clear the cache in the Google Chrome browser, click on the Customize and control button from the top right corner and then click on Settings. Next, scroll down and click on Show Advanced Settings. Then, under the Privacy section, click on Clear Browsing Data. In the new window, check the Cookies and Other site and Plugin Data box. Also, check Cached Images and Files; click on Clear browsing data.

You can also try reinstalling the browser and see if it resolves the problem. Another option would be installing a new browser that you haven’t been using already, like Safari or Opera.

Reboot, Reset Or Change the Settings Of Your Router Or Modem

Before rebooting, resetting, or changing the settings of your router or modem, you have to check and verify the scope of the Dns_Probe_Finished_No_Internet error.

If it only happens in your Google Chrome browser while other browsers like Mozilla Firefox or Opera still work fine, you can skip this method.

However, if the entire computer can’t access the Internet, including browsers, apps, or e-mail, you should try to reboot, reset your router or modem, and change its settings.

You can also unplug the power cable of your router or modem away from the source of energy, wait for at least five minutes and then plug the cable into your router or modem again.

Access your router settings with the URLs given below for various routers. The default username and password are admin.

  • TP-link – http://192.168.0.1
  • Linksys – http://192.168.1.1
  • 3Com – http://192.168.1.1
  • D-Link – http://192.168.0.1
  • Belkin – http://192.168.2.1
  • Netgear – http://192.168.0.1.
  • Micromax – http://192.168.10.1

Once logged in, navigate to System Tools > Reboot, then click the reboot button.

You can also unplug the power cable of your router or modem away from the source of energy, wait for at least five minutes and then plug the cable into your router or modem again.

Uninstall Website Filtering Apps

Sometimes, firewall applications or similar programs have blocked specific websites for some reason. You can temporarily disable these applications to verify if they cause this error or not. If these programs caused the Dns_Probe_Finished_No_Internet error, you should uninstall them and find alternatives.

Check Firewall and Internet Security Settings

There are also chances that your firewall or internet security software may be blocking particular websites for security reasons. Make sure the check the firewall and internet security software settings and find out if they are causing the issue. Also, beware that you accidentally don’t visit a malicious website blocked by your firewall.

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Founder & CEO of Novabach - Yusuf is a Tech enthusiast. Fascinated by Computers and all sorts of Technology. He writes news, updates, walkthroughs, guides, troubleshooting tips, and how-to tutorials on gadgets and consumer electronics.
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