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Fix ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED in Chromium: When you visit a web portal, the first thing a browser does is contact the DNS server (Domain Name Server). The main function of the DNS server is to resolve the domain name from the IP address of the web portal. When the DNS lookup fails the browser displays the error "Err Name Not Resolved". Today we are going to learn how to solve this problem in order to access the web portal.

Error 105 (net :: ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found.

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It is a prior requirement:

  • Make sure you have cleared the caches and cookies on your computer. clear-browsing-data-in-google-chrome-9267290
  • Remove unnecessary chrome extensions that could be causing this problem. delete-unnecessary-chrome-extensions-2215794
  • Proper connection to Chrome is allowed through Windows Firewall. make-sure-google-chrome-is-allowed-to-acces-internet-in-firewall-5397305
  • Make sure you have a proper internet connection.

Fix ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED in chrome

Make sure to create a restore point in case something goes wrong.

Method 1: Clear the internal DNS cache

1.Open Google Chrome and then go to incognito mode by pressing Ctrl + Shift + N.

2.Now type the following in the address bar and hit Enter:

cromo://net-internos/#dns

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3. Next, click Clear host cache and restart the browser.

Method 2: Clear DNS and restart TCP / IP

1.Right-click the Windows button and select "Command Prompt (Admin)".

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2.Now type the following command and hit enter after each one: (a) ipconfig / release (b) ipconfig / flushdns (c) ipconfig / renew

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3. Open the Admin Command Prompt again and type the following and press enter after each one:

  • ipconfig / flushdns
  • nbtstat -r
  • netsh int ip reset
  • netsh winsock reset

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4.Restart to apply the changes. Cleaning the DNS seems to fix the ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED in Chrome.

Method 3: Using Google DNS

1.Open Control Panel and click Network and Internet.

2.Then click Network and Sharing Center and then Change adapter settings.

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3.Select your Wi-Fi and double click on it and select Properties.

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4.Now select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4) and click Properties.

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5. Check the box "Use the following DNS server addresses" and enter the following:

Preferred DNS server: 8.8.8.8 Alternate DNS server: 8.8.4.4

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6.Close everything and check again if you are able to fix ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED in Chrome.

Method 4: Run System File Checker (SFC) and Check Disk (CHKDSK)

1.Press Windows Key + X and then click Command Prompt (Admin).

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2.Now type the following in the cmd and hit enter:

Sfc / scannow sfc / scannow / offbootdir = c: / offwindir = c: Nwindows

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3.Wait for the above procedure to finish and once done, restart your computer.

4.Then run CHKDSK from here Fix file system errors with Check Disk Utility (CHKDSK).

5.Let the above procedure complete and restart your computer again to save the changes.

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