Sometimes suddenly you can’t connect the internet with no reason. Though your Wi-Fi is showing the right signal you can’t connect. There are no error messages and the web page comes with an option to click on diagnostic tools to find the cause. Sometimes your internet connection is working fine as you can able to go to google and look for search results. The next step you do is to open this website with browsers such as IE, Firefox and Chrome. The logic is to check if it as a browser related problem. All my web browsers had the same issue which confirmed, this is not a browser problem. Then you then try the diagnostic tool link that pop up in the webpage, which shows you dns server not responding.
The Domain Name Server (DNS) is a server that translates website’s addresses so that your browser can connect to them. Occasionally, you can lose connection to the server, through either corrupt settings or problems on the server’s end. If you are getting DNS server error only on couple of websites, then it might be a temporary issue with the server which is hosting that website. Server not responding- is one of the common issues on the Windows computer. In this case, I’m sure you will use the Windows Network Diagnostics feature to troubleshoot and find the error, but it will show massage that dns server is nor responding. We need to correct it.
This error is frequently seen on Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 and may appear on the Windows 10.
When you try to connect to the Internet, the connection might fail when we run the Trouble shooter, and you might get this error: The device or resource (DNS server) is not responding.
Reason’s for getting DNS Server Not Responding Error.
- The server which host the website might be temporarily down due to technical reasons.
- The DNS service in your computer is corrupted or not working.
- The security firewall or security software itself might have accidentally blocked your PC from communicating with a website or certain website.
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