Nowadays, having a good browser is essential to feel comfortable when searching the web and accessing its services, whether to search for information or access different services in the best possible way..
Google Chrome is the most used browser worldwide for all its functions, security measures and dynamism for users, but this does not mean that errors do not appear and one of them is an error that prevents us from accessing a website, This is because the DNS lookup fails and the web page is not available to access it and this error may be due to a bad configuration in the network, protection rules in the Firewall or errors in the DNS server.
TechnoWikis will explain how to correct this error and thereby access the websites in Google Chrome..
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Fix “no access” error to sites in Chrome
Access the command prompt as administrators:
In the console, we are going to release the current IP address by executing "ipconfig / release":
Now we run "ipconfig / all" to list the IP configuration:
We release the DNS cache with the command "ipconfig / flushdns":
It is time to renew the IP address in Windows 10, to do this, execute "ipconfig / renew":
We can see that a new IP has been assigned, now run "netsh int ip set dns" to establish a DNS:
After this we are going to reset Winsock with the command "netsh winsock reset":
Access the Control Panel:
Click on "Networks and Internet" to see the following:
We click on the line "Center of networks and shared resources" and the following will be displayed:
We click on "Change adapter settings", after that we right click on the adapter and select the "Properties" option:
In the pop-up window we select the IPv4 protocol and click on "Properties":
We will see the following:
We activate the box "Use the following DNS server addresses" and enter Google's public IP for DNS like this:
- Preferred DNS server: 220.127.116.11
- Alternate DNS server: 18.104.22.168
Apply the changes.
After this access the command prompt as administrator:
In the console run:
After this run for verification:
Run "assoc" to associate the file extensions:
Next we are going to check the disk using the "chkdsk" command:
At the end of the task we will see this:
Lastly, restart Windows 10 to complete the task:
Thus, it will be possible that when accessing a website in Chrome it opens as it should..