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Hi

I have a little issue with my internets, sometimes when Im browsing the internet, I suddenly get a dns lookup issue and i have to open cmd and do the ipconfig /flushdns, ipconfig/renew. Either that or I have to wait 5 minutes this has become very irritating and frustrating, if anyone could help me out I would apreciate that
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Do you exhibit the same behavior changing your DNS to something like the publically available Google DNS at 8.8.8.8 ?
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what OS are you currently using? If its Windows 7, you can change your DNS servers easily to an alternative to see if the problem reoccurs.
right click on the wireless bars on the bottom right of your screen and open networking and sharing center change adapter settings.
Right click the interface you are using (Local connection Ethernet or Wireless Connection) and click on properties
Double click on IPv4 and use different dns servers. Try it with the Google DNS that beers recommended
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Originally Posted by Thedark1337 View Post
what OS are you currently using? If its Windows 7, you can change your DNS servers easily to an alternative to see if the problem reoccurs.
right click on the wireless bars on the bottom right of your screen and open networking and sharing center change adapter settings.
Right click the interface you are using (Local connection Ethernet or Wireless Connection) and click on properties
Double click on IPv4 and use different dns servers. Try it with the Google DNS that beers recommended
Thank you, after testing your solution for a couple of days it fixed the problem.
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