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I'm using windows 10 64 bit. I can't connect to the internet. I just keep getting "Dns_probe_finished_nxdomain" on Chrome.

I've tried running windows troubleshooter and it says "Troubleshooting can't identify the problem."

I've set my ipv4 DNS addresses to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4.

I've restarted my computer.

I've done /ipconfig release and /ipconfig renew.

I tried ipconfig /flushdns and all it says is "Windows IP Configuration" and it's been stuck like that for ten minutes.

I tried opening Windows Services to manually restart the DNS Client but the options to do that are all greyed out-- a little Googling suggests that might be intentional for windows 10.

I've tried net stop dnscache in command prompt and it says "The service is not responding to the control function".

I know it's my laptop and not my internet because my phone works fine connected to the same network.

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I've tried running windows troubleshooter and it says "Troubleshooting can't identify the problem."

Try the following (running the commands in the order specified).

  • Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults:

    netsh int ip reset reset.log

  • Reset Firewall to installation defaults:

    netsh advfirewall reset

  • Flush DNS resolver cache:

    ipconfig /flushdns

  • Renew DNS client registration and refresh DHCP leases:

    ipconfig /registerdns

  • Flush routing table (reboot required):

    route /f

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