Windows 10 – “Server DNS Address Could Not Be Found” FIX

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This tutorial will hopefully be able to show you guys how to resolve the “DNS Address could not be found” error that may occur when you try to visit all, or specific websites.

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a hierarchical distributed naming system for computers, services, or any resource connected to the Internet or a private network. It associates various information with domain names assigned to each of the participating entities. A Domain Name Service resolves queries for these names…

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  1. DUDE I WAS ABOUT TO CRY BECAUSE I JUST THOUGHT I GOT SCAMMED WHEN I UPGRADED MY WIFI.I DID THIS AND IT WORKED DUDE UDK HOW MUCH THIS MEANS TO ME OMG YAY TQ LEGEND I LOVE U

  2. Hey sir, thanks so much for this video as it seemed to solve my problems with Windows 10. I just want to point out a tiny typo error in your second method when you keyed 'ipconfig / flushdns'. If you notice, the 'magnified' version has a 'n' missing and it thus became 'ipcofig'… this, of course, results in an error prompt. It was only on my third attempt when I compared what you actually typed on your screen to the 'magnified' command that I discovered the error. But thanks again for all your time and effort.

  3. Worked!

    I recently connected my computer with a LAN cable that must have somehow changed the IP address to manually detect. Switching it to automatic DNS and IP worked. Thanks for pointing in the right direction you have my like!

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