Solved: your DNS server might be unavailable in Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. So, let’s fix DNS problems in Windows. Internet connection is a must in any device in order to check e-mails, browse stuffs, connect with friends, etc. So, Windows 8/8.1 by Microsoft is designed in such a way that it should work perfectly in almost all devices. To remain connected with the world and the new stuffs around the world, an internet connection is a must and the problem in the internet connection should be solved frequently. So, the “DNS problems” should be solved quickly in order to troubleshoot and restore your internet connection. There are various ways of internet connection like router, Wi-Fi, dongle, etc. and the common problem with all this explains the message, “Your DNS server might be unavailable“. So, the solution for the DNS error is described as below.
If you are using the router for your internet connection, then first of all reset your router so that the minor problems may get solved and your problem of unavailability of DNS server may be solved.
You can reset your router by just pressing the reset button on your router or by unplugging and reconnecting your router table.
Even after the process of solution 1, if the problem still stands, then you will have to “flush the DNS” to fix the problem. Follow the below steps in order to “flush the DNS”.
Step 1: Open Run (Press Windows + R) and type “cmd.exe” and hit enter.
Step 2: By above step, cmd window will open.
Step 3: Type the below commands one by one and then hit enter after each one
That’s all done.
Internet connection has become a need of every person and without internet connection, a person feels bored. So, the internet connection problems should be solved quickly and one such internet connection problems is about DNS server and you can solve that problem by following the above solution. If you have further problem related to this topic, please comment below.