error 105: Unable to resolve the server's DNS address
error 105: Unable to resolve the server's DNS address - - Why does this mean and how do I resolve it?
I get this message typically once or twice a day, usually in the afternoon, when I try to go to the internet. I can be using IE or Google Chrome - still get the message.
Eighty-five percent of the time, I get connected just fine. But when I get this message, I unplug the modem wire from the power strip, wait 10 second, plug it in and after another few minutes, I'm connected to the internet. How do I resolve this regular
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Fixing DNS ERROR 105 in three steps.
1)Change Wireless adapter settings from network connections, go to properties>internet protocol version 4>again properties> change to use following dns server.preferred dns to 184.108.40.206 and alternate dns as 220.127.116.11 and click validate setting on
exit and ok.
2) if you are using windows7, disableMS WINDOWS VIRTUAL WIFI MINI PORT bu running below 2 commands in" RUN" (windows key+r) shortcut. one after another.
1) netsh wlan stop hostednetwork
2) netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=disallow
and after running above commands close RUN and go to network connections and DISABLE Microsoft virtual wifi miniport by right click and disable.
3)If you are using google chrome go to OPTIONS> UNDER THE BONNET>CHANGE PROXY SETTINGS>CONNECTIONS>LAN AREA SETTINGS> Tick use a proxy server for lan and click ok.
(if you are using some other browsers, check for similar option and change settings as above)
a) check for your anti virus firewall to minimum(if it is problem only)
b)reset modem(only for advanced users who can once again set up connection settings)
c)ping to router or a site to know the problem.
hope this helps to some one Sorry about my english. bye
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Have you contact your internet service provider (ISP) as DNS usually are ISP related. Have they reset their modem or router not just power cycle?
Have you try the following steps below
Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt. Right click on it and 'Run as Administrator'. Type the following and hit enter:
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