What is 'Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found'2 Recommended Answers
Some of the pages affected are
I'm having to keep going back to Firefox to check my e-mail and when I come across a page that won't load in Chrome.
I hope this work for you:
Click Start =>Run, type in CMD, press OK.
Copy and paste this into the Command prompt:
netsh winsock reset catalog
Then copy and paste this in:
netsh int ip reset reset.log
When finished restart your computer.
Another Wired connection works fine.
Happens in IE7, GC, Safari and FF3.
Systems: VistaUltimate32bit and WXP-SP3.
Tried changing the Norton Firewall allow settings for GC and IE7, but does not resolve the issue.
Options->Under the Hood->Change proxy settings->LAN Settings -> Automatic Configuration -> Automatically detect settings = ON
It should load the page(s) as expected.
Resolved on WXP-SP3 not running GC.
Turn OFF Windows Firewall. Last MS Update must have turned it ON.
Any advice on this would be appreciated. The browsers were loading fine yesterday, i have downloaded some new programs but all checked for viruses and all from trusted sources, e.g windows, google, firefox.
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