Now you can solve the DNS_PROBE_FNISHED_BAD_CONFIG problem that appears while you are using the Chrome browser on Windows and hinders your use of the Internet and the message means that there is a DNS server error or configuration error, and we have provided some effective solutions to the problem below.
Resolve the problem of DNS_PROBE_FNISHED_BAD_CONFIG
Restart the router and computer
The solution may be intuitive, but it must be tried in the first place since this method works to clear the cache on the router and then helps to solve many problems related to the Internet. You can turn off the router and open it after 30 or 60 seconds and after that Run the browser again.
You can also restart the computer by turning on the “safe mode” in Windows 10 and choose Enable safe mode with networking and try the Internet and if it works, the malfunction occurs because of one of the drivers or installations that you have made recently.
IPv6 directs traffic between the Internet and networks, and it is also the latest Internet protocol, as it may be the cause of this problem, so please follow the following steps:
- Right-click on the Internet tab in the taskbar and select open network & internet settings
- Choose from the list on the left: Network & sharing center
- A Choose Ethernet window will open
- You will see the Ethernet status window, click on properties
- Delete the checkmark next to Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP / IPv6) Then press ok
- You can try the Internet, and if it did not solve the problem of DNS_PROBE_FNISHED_BAD_CONFIG, then see the other solution below.
Change DNS server numbers
One of the effective solutions through which you can solve the DNS_PROBE_FNISHED_BAD_CONFIG problem is to change the DNS server numbers in IPv4, and you can do that by following the following steps:
- Follow the same steps above until you open the Ethernet Properties shown below.
You can open Ethernet Properties by typing the control panel in the search box in the taskbar, select View network status & tasks, and then choose Ethernet as shown in the image below.
- From the list, choose Internet protocol version 4 (TCP / IP4v) and then click properties
- Type in the boxes next to Preferred DNS server: 8.8.8
- Type in the fields next to Alternative DNS server: 22.214.171.124
- Select Validate settings upon exit and press OK
- You can completely disconnect the electricity from the router and try it once.
Install a new IP
Although we guarantee to you that the above solutions will solve the problem of DNS_PROBE_FNISHED_BAD_CONFIG, we have included another solution for the rare cases that these solutions do not work with, by reconfiguring your Internet to obtain a new IP through the following steps:
- Press the windows button and the R button together to open Run and type cmd into it
- A task writing panel will appear, copy “netsh int ip reset” and press Enter as shown in the image below.
- Type “netsh winsock reset” then press Enter, type “ipconfig / flushdns” and press Enter, then type “ipconfig / renew” and press Enter
- Restart your computer and try the Chrome browser, you will find the problem has been resolved successfully.
You can also work on Update drivers from here First, Paula, through an automatic driver update program instead of searching for each program separately, as well as following up Windows 10 updates All of them are steps that will make you safe from strange errors or Internet errors and drivers and help to avoid or solve the problem of DNS_PROBE_FNISHED_BAD_CONFIG.