This tool is easy to use and is the user interface and solve all types of PC related issues and errors.
You can use this tool without the help of any skilled person.
When you try to connect to the Internet – but cannot then you may run the Network Diagnostic Troubleshooter to troubleshoot the issue.
But at the time, the Troubleshooter itself may throw up the following error message: If you face DNS issues or problems on your Windows 10/8/7 computer, here are few things you could try to resolve the Before you begin, backup your Router settings and update the firmware of your Router.
DNS error generally occurs due to the incorrect DNS settings, changed IP Address and Firewall issues.
Sometimes because of outdated data or incorrect information containing HOSTS file may also generate this error.
Check the Router manual for more information on this subject.
1] Change the DNS server address manually The first thing to try is to change the DNS server address manually. Select the Network adapter that you are using and right-click on it and open Properties.
2] Use alternative DNS If this does not help, you may try to install and configure Open DNS and see if that helps.
3] Enter Physical address in the Network adapter setting The next suggestion I have to make is entering the Physical address in the Network adapter setting and seeing if that works for you.