Hello, today I will tell you a quick way to fix the DNS PROBE FINISHED BAD CONFIG or DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG error on your Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox Browser in Windows 10. It will work for the other browsers as well, as long as you’re using Windows. It is a very common error message that your browser shows you, and we know how irritating it is, so let’s put an end once and forever.
We can’t open a single web address on Google Chrome because of that issue. The same goes for other browsers. So let’s start the fix!
How to Fix DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG Error On Chrome (2018)
- Go to your Network adapter icon situated on the right side of your taskbar.
- Then right click on it and simply choose Open Network & Internet Settings.
- From here you have to navigate to Change adapter options.
- Now it will open the network connection window. From here choose your right network adapter, the one which has connected to your internet connection.
- Right click on it and choose Properties.
- From there you can open the ‘Internet Protocol Version 4’ or TCP/IPv4.
- Choose to Use the following DNS server addresses.
- You can enter 188.8.131.52 in preferred DNS server and this will work for all over the world, no matter wherever you from and whichever internet connection you are using!
- Now click on OK.
Now open your browser again and the problem should have been fixed.