One Simplest Solution To Fix Dns_Probe_Finished_Nxdomain Error

Technology brings to my life a lot of useful things and it’s very helpful. There is no doubt about that point. But when I’m using tech devices and applications, there are so many problems, which makes I feel very annoyed.

When I got a problem with an application on my computer, it takes me some hours or maybe a day to figure out the problem and its causes, and then troubleshoot it. I agree that there is nothing complete, but a lot of errors were there and need us to resolve when using things that are related to technology.

For example: Google Chrome is a good browser that I think many people are using it on their computer nowadays. It also has many errors that you might feel annoyed while facing it, such as internet connection error, DNS error and proxy and setting errors.

It’s a very useful internet browser for us and very convenient. The Google Chrome browser is flexible, faster than many other popular browsers like Mozilla Firefox or Opera, and comes with an easy user interface. But there are still a lot of errors stay alongside the Google Chrome browser, which are required us to solve when they occur.

One of the most popular errors in Google Chrome browser is the Dns_Probe_Finished_Nxdomain. It’s an error that’s related to the DNS server. When this error occurs, you can’t use this browser to visit your favorite websites anymore.

Way To Fix Dns_Probe_Finished_Nxdomain Error

When you set up a new Internet connection on your computer, it will automatically pull default DNS information from the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and use it to create the connection. However, these DNS information isn’t stable and sometimes, they will be timed out. Because the DNS server isn’t stable, when Google Chrome tries to connect to these DNS server addresses, the error will be occurred and give out some error messages.

If you want the Google Chrome again, you have to fix this DNS error on your browser. But it’s not easy to figure out the cause of this DNS error. There is still a simple solution to help you solve this error. By using the DNS server from other companies like Google or OpenDNS, you will reroute all connections via their DNS servers. It means all connections will not go to the old DNS servers, which belong to your ISP anymore. The Internet connection will be stable and the error will be gone.

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