I'm stuck on my niece's Home XP. Apparently, the DNS query engine isn't working and it's very annoying. This is the same problem as in ID:20932429, but no real solution was post there. I can nslookup almost anything, but other programs can't do any successful query. Check out the code fragment. This is a home based PC with a DHCP connection.

SMB file server share access is unsuccessful through DNS May 27, 2020 Stop and Start Windows DNS Cache, when “ ipconfig Apr 24, 2014

Jul 09, 2013

Before I have formatted my laptop it works just fine after the format it seems to not working anymore. :(I try to fix this problem for a few days now and I cannot find any solution. I hope that if you can show me how and give me some options to fix it. Thank you **Modified title from: PLEASE HELP !! DNS not working on my windows 10*** The DNS appears to be preset, and I can't get the DNS to stay on the "Obtain DNS server automatically." As for the ethernet and the wireless card, they do not have any red or yellow marks when I Nov 05, 2019 · Please write down your current DNS settings before switching to OpenDNS, in case you want to return to your old settings for any reason. Preferred DNS server address for Open DNS is:; Alternate DNS server address for Open DNS is:

Fix [SOLVED] intermittent dns problem on notebook

Jun 29, 2012 · All DNS Servers' Properties. Scavenging disabled. All Zones: AD integrated - Secure Only. Scavenging enabled. Current DNS records owners: - System Some also owned by the account configured for dynamic updates. Clients: Predominantly windows XP. Some Windows 7. Client TCPIP Adv. Settings: Append these DNS suffixes - checked DNS not working in xp I have a brand new dell laptop out of the box, and it seems like the windows dns isn't working. I know the dns servers are working, other laptops are fine.. The reason: the primary DNS server (first listed in the resolv.conf) was one of the DNS servers at work, which is not accessible from my home network (its a local LAN IP). I moved my home DNS server IP to the top of the list in my resolv.conf, and now my Windows XP guest can resolve addresses successfully. What a pain.