When you are browsing some websites, you encounter an unusual delay in loading a website sometimes. In the status bar, you can see “Resolving Host” and the web page appears in a strange way. Even the links are not clickable. You try to click them, and they do not open. It usually happens with me when I try to open my favorite networking site. Why it happens and how to fix this issue are the questions arise in the mind of the users, sometimes this error is also known as error code dns probe finished no internet in Google chrome browser, these fixes work in the same way for this error.. That’s why I am discussing this matter here. I have brought some very easy methods you can try to resolve this problem.
Method # 1: Clear Cache
You should clear the cache to refresh the system. For this, you need to follow the steps below.
- Go to the address bar and type “chrome://net-internals/#dns” without the quote marks and press “Enter” key.
- Now you need to select “Clear cache” to remove it.
- Once you have done with it, just restart the system and enjoy an error-free browsing.
Method # 2: Disable Asynchronous DNS Flag
Asynchronous DNS Flag is a built-in feature and sometimes it causes this issue. So, you need to disable this feature to check whether you can resolve the “Resolving Host” problem now. Use the short key for this.
- Go to the address bar and type “chrome://flags” and press the “Enter” key.
- Now you will see a drop down menu where you need to select the option “Disable” for Asynchronous DNS flag.
- Close the browser window and wait for a while.
- Now open the browser and start browsing your desired websites.
Method # 3: Change DNS Server
First of all, you should try another DNS Server instead of using an unreliable public DNS. You need to use a reliable and well-reputed DNS Server. You should follow the steps below to change the DNS Server.
- Go to the icon of Network in the right bottom corner of the desktop window and right-click the icon. Here, you will see the option “Open Network and Sharing Center.” Just click this option to proceed.
- Now you need to click “Change adapter settings” in the left pane of the window.
- Here, you need to right-click the active network connection and select “Properties” from the list.
- Once you are in the Properties section, you should click “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” and also select the “Properties” tab to view its configuration.
- Now change the configuration by checking the box “Use the following DNS Server Addresses.”
- In the Preferred DNS server, you should type “126.96.36.199” and in the Alternate DNS server, you should type “188.8.131.52” and click “OK” to save this setting.
- Now try to open the web page, I hope this time there will be no delay, and it will open in a normal way.
Method # 4: Disable TCP/ IPV6
You should disable the TCP/ IPv6 settings in the Properties of the Active Network connection. You just need to uncheck the checkbox given with “Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP /IPV6)” option and that’s all.
Now you should browse the same website and this time it will be opened correctly.