How to Solve and Fix “This webpage is not available dns_probe_finished _no_internet” Error in Google Chrome

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Sometimes while surfing the Internet using your Google Chrome (in Windows 10) you might face a weird issue that prevents you from displaying a particular website. The error shows you a blank page with the “dread dinosaur” and the following error message: “this webpage is not available dns_probe_finished_no_internet”.  This error is not solved either by restarting your Google Chrome browser or restarting Windows 10.  Let’s see how to solve it by using a couple of tricks that involve tweaking your Internet DNS! 



Fix nr 1: Change your  DNS Address to Open DNS.

  1. Right click on the Network icon located on the bottom right side of your computer desktop.
  2. Click “Open Network and Sharing Center”.
  3. Click on your connection (which may be a Ethernet or a Wifi ) and click on the Properties button.
  4. Now, select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”and click  Properties.
  5. Click the “Use the following DNS server address” radio button.
  6.  Now in the “Preferred DNS Server” box type and in ‘Alternate DNS Server’ type
  7. Thick the “Validate settings upon exit” option.
  8. Click Ok to Exit.

Fix nr 2:  Restart your Wifi Modem-Router.

Sometimes this issue is due an internal error in your Wifi Modem-Router which apparently is working ok, but it is not! Restarting it might solve the DNS issue.

Fix nr 3: Restart and flush your IP configuration using Command Prompt.

    1. In the Cortona Search box, located on the bottom left side of your desktop, type CMD and press Enter.
    2. Click the Command Prompt icon.
    3. Now, in the black window, type:


Make sure to press Enter after each command. After all the 4 commands have been typed, type:  “nets hint ip set dns” and hit enter. As a last step, type “netsh winsock reset” and press enter. This should fix the “dns_probe_finished_no_internet” error!


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