Chrome’s DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET problem occurs frequently while browsing the internet. There are numerous causes for the error. Domain Name Server (DNS) caching issues may be to blame for the problem. Simple instructions are provided below.



Method 1: Turn off and restart your computer.

Step 1: To open the Start button.

Step 2: Restart your computer by clicking on the Power button and selecting Restart.

Method 2: Changing the DNS IP Address

Step 1: To access the Control Panel by clicking the Start button.

Step 2: In the Control Panel, go to the Network and Internet tab.

Step 3: From the Network and Sharing Center’s left pane, select Change Adapter Settings.

Step 4: Right-click on the internet-connected network interface and pick Properties from the context menu that appears.

Step 5: Select IPv4 attributes from the drop-down menu

Step 6: Your preferred and alternate DNS server addresses should be entered here.

Step 7: Finally, press the OK button.

Method 3: The DNS cache needs to be flushed.

Step 1: Open the Start menu first.

Step 2: In the search box, type “Run” and hit the Enter key.

Step 3: To do this, type cmd in the Run window, and then press the Enter key.

Step 4: Type ipconfig /flushdns into the command prompt window.

Step 5: Press the Enter key to complete the process and restart your computer.

Method 4: Resetting Google Chrome

Step 1: Open the Start menu first.

Step 2: In the search box, type “Run” and hit the Enter key.

Step 3: Now type: percent LOCALAPPDATA percent GoogleChromeUser Data in the Run window and hit Enter.

Step 4: In Windows Explorer, navigate to the default folder and rename it to Default.old, as shown in the screenshot below.

Step 5: Restart your computer to complete the process.


Chrome’s “DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET” problem can be easily fixed using the methods listed above. The methods listed above are straightforward, and they can be put into action in a matter of minutes if done correctly.