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Certain Websites Won't Load On WiFi

3 minutes ago, cG Snake17 said:

The first thing you suggested didn't work and I can't reset the DNS client. It won't allow me to do anything in the properties of DNS client.

Try changing your DNS to 1.1.1.1

https://1.1.1.1/dns/

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I'm having an issue where some websites aren't loading. Like twitter for example, but I can get YouTube and Netflix to load. I've updated my wifi card to the latest drivers,  tried to flush the dns, and have tried other browsers. I attached a screen shot of the exact error I get. 

 

Specs:

cpu: i7 8700k

mb: asus 370A Prime

os: Windows 10 64 bti version 1809 amd64 2019-03

ram: 16 Gb gskill 

psu: corsair RM750x 

gpu: asus gtx 1080ti

storage: 1Tb Samsung 860 Evo

 

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41 minutes ago, cG Snake17 said:

I attached a screen shot of the exact error I get. 

Try resetting TCP.

Open CMD in administrator mode and type the following commands:

 

1. ipconfig /release

2. ipconfig /all

3. ipconfig /flushdns

4. ipconfig /renew

5. netsh int ip set dns

6. netsh winsock reset

 

You can also try to reset your DNS service. Open services.msc from Windows search bar.

Go down the list till you find DNS client, right click and select restart.  


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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, Alexsolo said:

Try resetting TCP.

Open CMD in administrator mode and type the following commands:

 

1. ipconfig /release

2. ipconfig /all

3. ipconfig /flushdns

4. ipconfig /renew

5. netsh int ip set dns

6. netsh winsock reset

 

You can also try to reset your DNS service. Open services.msc from Windows search bar.

Go down the list till you find DNS client, right click and select restart.  

The first thing you suggested didn't work and I can't reset the DNS client. It won't allow me to do anything in the properties of DNS client.

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3 minutes ago, cG Snake17 said:

The first thing you suggested didn't work and I can't reset the DNS client. It won't allow me to do anything in the properties of DNS client.

Try changing your DNS to 1.1.1.1

https://1.1.1.1/dns/


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Just now, cG Snake17 said:

That fixed it. Thanks for the help

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Glad I could help! :) 


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