Addressing a Common Internet Issue

Addressing a Common Internet Issue

We have all seen this familiar letter sequence pop up on our browser every now and then, and the one I am talking about in this situation is the dns_probe_finished_no_internet issue. The DNS Probe Finished No Internet is a common issue that people usually run into while using Google Chrome, and it can be really frustrating to deal with if you do not know how to fix it. This is why we are going to quickly go over and talk about a few quick fixes that you can potentially do to fix this problem and get back to your normal browsing routine.

All of our devices tend to use a default DNS server that it gets from our Internet Service Provider (ISP), so one thing you can do is to change your default DNS with a third-party DNS like OpenDNS or Google’s own DNS. There are online step-by-step guides that you can follow in order to do it correctly. Once you are done with replacing your DNS, you can then refresh your internet page and see if it worked, and in most cases, this usually does the trick.

If you do not want to change your DNS server, the next thing you can do is to clear your cache, so you have to go to your history and clean out everything. So, you will have to go through your Chrome history and clear your search history, cache, and cookies as well.

If no other browser including Google Chrome is not working, then your next step is to simply reboot and restart your internet modem, and this is something we all know how to do. All you have to do is turn your Modem off, and then wait a few minutes before restarting and turning it on.