You can’t visit a website without first accessing a Domain Name Server (DNS). In the process, you might be met with a message such as “DNS server not responding.” This means that the decentralized naming systems responsible for turning hostnames into IP addresses failed to respond.

There are a variety of reasons these types of DNS errors can occur. Fortunately, most of them have simple resolutions. In fact, fixing the issue could be as easy as restarting your computer or changing web browsers.

In this post, we’ll explain what the “DNS Server Not Responding” message means and some common causes for it. Then we’ll walk you through several solutions for how to fix it, both on Windows and macOS devices.

Let’s get started!

I am going to tell you what is dns cache, when causes dns error, how to solve dns error .

What function of dns cache:

In a simple way, when we are surfing internet, dns resolutions are kept storage in the cache of PC . Due to keeping these resolutions , it can increase  loading website faster than previous.

Suppose, firstly go to google home page . When you  to google homepage ,cache of your pc store this Dns.After that in second time when you  go to google homepage ,your computer wants to find that dns  either store or not in the cache .

In this way, you don’t  need to wait for response another server where your desired site or page is located.

DNS Error:

It causes problem when dns gets changed or other bad entries is stored.

When you flush the toilet, old water get out in order to store fresh new water.

So you need to flush cache due to recover new dns record.

How To Solve dns Error:

Click Start Button and search cmd

open cmd.

and type

ipconfig /flushdns

Then type


Press enter to close the window.

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