It might help if you type the DNS server directly into the IPv4 properties window.
As it stands you are aren't picking up the DNS server from the router or modem?
The picture below shows you where to type the DNS. The one's shown are Google's DNS servers. After choosing IPv4 for this connection just right click and choose properties.
This is just to work around the problem as it appears to be a chrome only problem
in which case simply flushing the DNS cache might help, use this command at the command prompt. ipconfig/flushdns
One solution posted was this: I did the following; Go to Control Panel, Admin tools, Services, right click on DNS Client and reset. Same for DHCP Client service. Then to CMD window and enter IPCONFIG/FLUSHDNS.
You can read more about this problem in the link below. http://productforums.google.com/foru...me/B4k68v6IHxs