dnserror

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by rick_422, Sep 10, 2002.

  1. rick_422

    rick_422 Guest

    im using IE 6 with winXP Pro
    when i try to open some websites, and its not the same every time
    i come up with a dnserror (see the pic - hopefully it attatched)
    as the pic shows, it happens even with google...
    but a few minutes before taht it was fine

    does anyone have any ideas?
    thanks in advance

    cheers
     
  2. xsivforce

    xsivforce Prodigal Son Folding Team

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    Did this just start happening?
     
  3. jkoXP

    jkoXP Guest

    if so, try this, all it does is remove tcp/ip and reisntall it (or reset it according to XP)

    You need to go to a command prompt
    ---Start > run > cmd > OK
    Type in netsh int ip reset C:\resetlog.txt

    then reboot your pc...... its worked for customers a lot of times
     
  4. rick_422

    rick_422 Guest

    yeah, well, im not sure, it kind of comes and goes
    and it doesnt happen all the time
    i will do that thing jkoXP said soon
    thanks guys

    cheers
     
  5. jkoXP

    jkoXP Guest

    with your ISP, are the DNS addys assigned by server automatically? or specified? if automatically, you could try specifing them, that may help also
     
  6. rick_422

    rick_422 Guest

    WHOOSH!
    mate, that pretty much went straight over my head...:(
    would there be something about the DNS addy at my ISP's website or something?
     
  7. jkoXP

    jkoXP Guest

    possibly, or you could call their tech support, they would be able to provide those also.

    did you try the tcp commands i suggested?
     
  8. rick_422

    rick_422 Guest

    yeah
    i tried the tcp commands
    the thing is, it only happens every so often....and every so often isnt that often
    and it hasnt happened since the tcp commands, so maybe they did work
    i might have a quick browse through the web site later
    thanks for your help jkoXP
    greatly appreciated

    cheers
     
  9. jkoXP

    jkoXP Guest

    np.. if its random then id try the DNS address