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Unable To Fix DNS Server Not-Responding

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Hello friends. I have not been able to solve a computer’s internet problem for the last 2 days, that is, every time I try to connect the Internet to my computer, the DNS server not responding, error is showing. I am currently using the internet from my mobile phone. This is why I’m having so much trouble using my computer. Guys, I don’t know why this is happening and how to fix this issue. Please help me to solve the problem. Any help will be appreciated.

 

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I guess it's more of a general question than specific to Eddie or the VPN. So what you can do is check if the DNS server is set to Automatic.  Follow the steps in solution #6 on this website.


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Hello Mr. Williamtiller, if you apply the above suggestions mentioned earlier, your problem will be solved. If you still have any problems then you can follow this article. You should try updating your network driver from device manager. Hopefully, your problem will be solved; because I had the same problem with my computer. Best of luck.

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