I have an issue with my laptop's internet connection.
We've got a home network with about 5 computers and ipods, ipads, etc. Among all of these devices, my laptop (Windows 7) seems to be the only one that constantly gets random DNS errors. The weird thing is that our home network is the only place where this is the case. At school, the library, a restaurant, or friends' houses it will connect fine, but in our network it just won't. When I turn the computer and it finds the network I have to wait long periods of time before I can get internet access. If I am browsing the web, sites will normally take forever just to connect before they can load. If they load it will usually be some basic view with no images or styles displayed. Usually however, I am directed to a DNS look up error page or a "google chrome could not find that page." This happens with all browsers on my computer. Any help would be appreciated.
I have already tried the following...
-Turn router off and on.
Using Google's and Open DNS' servers
-Type into command prompt: ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /registerdns ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew net stop "dns client" net start "dns client" [restarted computer]
-Typed into command prompt: netsh int ip reset reset.log netsh winsock reset catalog [restarted computer