Many times while connecting to internet we see a message prompting on our PC screens, which says tgat DNS server not responding and at that time we don’t know what and how can this problem can be solved so here are few steps to solve DNS server is not responding.
How to solve DNS Server Not Responding problem on Windows
The first step you need to do is that you should fix the network address as many times this simple method can resolve the problem.
Some other steps if the problem still persists –
- Go to the Control Panel and then to Network and Internet and then select the Network and Sharing Center option after that click the adapter change settings. After selecting the network adapter, then do a right click on your mouse and select the properties option. Then after selecting that do a double click on the internet protocol option Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
Then the next step is that you need to set the preferred DNS settings DNS: 126.96.36.199 and or you can also select optional DNS 188.8.131.52. With this you can also go for other DNS setting code 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 and then fix the option saying DNS server not responding.
Then select the validated settings and click Ok option.
However if all these steps don’t help you, here are few more steps to solve the problem.
Method 1: In certain cases you might also have to disable your firewall settings so that you can resolve your DNS error problem. With this if the problem is still there then you can reverse your settings meaning that on the network address adapter you need to select Not Present option as it was selected before.
Method 2: Then the second step which is expected to solve the DNS error problem is that you should entirely reset the DNS setting and for doing that you have to follow some steps including Flush and reset the DNS server settings.
Method 3: However if the problem still persists then the last step you need to do is that you have to reinstall your windows.