I'm using Windows 8 Professional installed on Windows 7 using the "Save my preferences and apps" installation option.
The Windows works great, apps are downloading and I can listen to online radio stations using the TuneIn radio app meaning the internet connection is alive, however, when I open a browser (either Chrome or IE10) and try to browse the internet, I'm getting an "Unable to resolve DNS" error message. Prior to installing the internet browsing worked flawlessly I must say.
I'm using ESET NOD32 Antivirus so I suspect that it might interfere with the web connection now, but I'm not so sure. Internet options show that the PC is set to resolve the DNS automatically.
I don't know what to do. My other Win7 PCs in my wifi home network are connecting to the internet without any issues.
If anyone can help me resolve this I'll be grateful :) Thanks
EDIT: When writing "ping www.google.com" command in CMD, I get the IP of google resolved correctly, but when I try to input this same IP into the browser address bar, I get an error. It's worth to mention that I'm also using NOD32 Antivirus.