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Windows 7: Google Chrome ''Resolving Host''

14 May 2015   #41
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

I doubt it is a Chrome issue now. More like an ISP issue. You could try changing your DNS server

DNS Addressing - How to Change in Windows 7

Many use Google DNS

Also power cycle your router and modem as mentioned earlier in the thread. No one should have to run the bat file over and over.

A Guy


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25 May 2015   #42
LILYLEE

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Thanks for the advice A. Guy - now i am totally losing my marbles or there was a tip at the bottom of your post with a link to fix my pc? Well i hope so lol, i clicked on it and got analyst complete 572 stability issues found. Then says fix all erros, should i do this or not please? Thanks lots again, i was going to try changing the DNS server as you suggested but when i see the following message i thought i best not lol - Caution: We recommend that only users who are proficient with configuring operating system settings make these changes.
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25 May 2015   #43
LILYLEE

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think i have done this right:
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25 May 2015   #44
A Guy

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I believe you saw an ad, it wasn't something I posted. Nor would I suggest you do what it says.

As far as changing your DNS, as long as you make note, or a screenshot of your original settings in case you want to change it back, it should go OK for you.

A Guy
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26 May 2015   #45
LILYLEE

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I did the DNS bit but couldn't get on Internet at all after so put it back on auto - still got resolving host issue 😢😢
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29 May 2015   #46
LILYLEE

WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM
 
 

just and update - i contacted BT again and they tried several tests online and said that they are not sure what is wrong and i probably need a new hub, which i received and installed today only to find that that hasn't done any good at all i still have the resolving host issue and don't think i am ever going to solve this issue. I will keep checking back to see if anyone comes up with anything new and in the mean time, thanks A Guy for all your help, much appreciated
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30 May 2015   #47
A Guy

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Sorry, been so busy...No 10 year old PC experts in the family? I still think a DNS change would be the next test. Surprised BT hasn't suggested it. But then again, most ISPs just want to pass the buck. The Resolving Host issue isn't limited to Chrome, but it sure is an issue with it. Something in the coding makes it susceptible. That's why a suggestion to use Google's DNS as well. There are other Chromium based browsers out there, as well as a few Mozilla (Firefox) based ones. You might see if one of them suits you. A Guy
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05 Jun 2015   #48
LILYLEE

WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM
 
 

Ahhh thank you for your patience and i totally agree, i so need a new laptop
I have been trying firefox, actually on it now but the problems are still the same and i am stuck on Google DNS now as forgot to take picture of previous settingsfrom BT lol like an idiot.
I just keep doing that copy paste thingy atm and that helps for a short time
Thanks again A Guy
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12 Jun 2015   #49
tennesseine

North Carolina
 
 

I signed up for the sole reason of saying THANK YOU, "a guy"!!! I have been hunting for a solution for ages. Everyone kept telling me to uncheck internet protocol 6, which I did for every conceivable connection type, with no effect. Ran this script, haven't had an issue since!
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13 Jun 2015   #50
A Guy

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Welcome to Seven Forums tennesseine. Glad we could help

A Guy
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