DNS Probe Error Finished No Internet or dns_probe_finished_no_internet error is one of the most common errors when you use the Chrome browser to browse the web. Cause of the error may be due to DNS server some trouble. To fix this you can change the default DNS server to another DNS server such as Google or OpenDNS.

1. Clear your history, cache, or reinstall the Chrome browser

Before erasing all your history, cache, or reinstalling the Chrome browser, you should conduct a re-inspection using Firefox, Safari, the Opera browser, or the UC Browser to check for errors. Is that because of Chrome browser or not.

If you can access the site on other browsers, the cause of the error may be your Chrome browser.

But if you still can not access the site on other browsers then the cause of the error is not the Chrome browser; in this case you do not need to clear your browser history and cache or reinstall it. Browser.

To clear the history and cache Chrome browser, first on the Chrome browser, you click the icon 3 line dash in the top right, then click Settings.

Next you scroll down under the Settings window, find and select the Show advanced settings

Select Clear browsing data

On the Clear browsing data window, check the option to clear your history, the Chrome browser cache, and then click the Clear browsing data button.

2. Change the default DNS server to either Google DNS or OpenDNS

If you applied the above method but still can not fix the error you can apply how to change the default DNS server to Google DNS or OpenDNS.

First click Start and then enter the Network and Sharing Center keyword into the Search box to open the Network and Sharing Center.

On the Network and Sharing Center window, click Local Area Connection.

On the Local Area Connection window, select Properties to open the Local Area Connection Properties window.

Next on the Local Area Connection Properties window, click the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) option to make the default DNS server change to either Google or OpenDNS DNS.

On the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) window, click the Use the following DNS server address option and enter the Google DNS address:

– Preferred DNS Server is:

– Alternate DNS Server is:

If you want to use OpenDNS, you use the address:

– Preferred DNS Server is:

– Alternate DNS Server is:

Finally, refresh the page you want to visit to see if the bug has been fixed.

If the error persists, you should test Windows Firewall or any other firewall program that can block the site you want to access.

3. Fix dns_probe_finished_no_internet error with Command Prompt

To fix dns_probe_finished_no_internet by Command Prompt, follow these steps:

1. Press the Windows + R key combination to call the Run command prompt, then type cmd in the Run command prompt and press Enter to open the command prompt.

2. On the Command Prompt window, type  netsh winsock reset ¬†and press Enter.

3. Restart your computer is finished.

Also, you can fix DNS by using some of the commands below:

1. Open Command Prompt.

2. Type “ipconfig / release” and press Enter.

3. Enter “ipconfig / renew” and press Enter.

4. Type “ipconfig / flushdns” then press Enter.

5. Enter “netsh int ip set dns” and press Enter.

6. Type “netsh winsock reset” and press Enter.

7. Exit the Command Prompt window and restart your computer.

4. Start or change the Router / Modem settings

Before restarting or changing your router or modem settings, you should check and determine the scope of the error. If the error only appears on the Chrome browser and on other browsers such as Firefox, Safari, etc., this error can not be ignored.

However, if all your browsers, applications … on your computer can not connect to the Internet then you should start and reset the router.

Alternatively, you can unplug the router or modem and wait about 5 minutes after plugging in again.

5. Uninstall programs, web filter software

If you install and use any program, software to filter the site then you should disable or simply uninstall the program, this software goes. Sometimes, in some cases, the software blocks the sites you want to visit.

6. Other ways

1. First open the Chrome browser, then click on the 3 dash icon (top right corner of the screen), select Settings.

2. Next scroll down to the bottom of the page, find and select the Show advanced settings …

Next go to Network, click Change proxy settings…

3. At this point, the Internet Propeties window appears, where you click the Connections >> LAN settings tab.

4. On the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings page, uncheck the Use a proxy server for LAN option, and then click OK to save the setting.

From now on, you can comfortably use Google Chrome to surf the web.