dns cache

  chrisjohn 14:16 19 Aug 06

how do i clear it,unable to repair local area connection until this is done.

  VoG II 14:19 19 Aug 06

Start, Run, type


and click OK. At the > prompt type

ipconfig /flushdns

and press Enter.

  chrisjohn 14:22 19 Aug 06

vog it says unable to do function failed

  chrisjohn 14:29 19 Aug 06

trying to do windows repair on this,

  De Marcus™ 14:36 19 Aug 06

Go to start, run, type


look for dns client, make sure it's enabled, if it's disabled, set it to automatic.

Repair the connection, flush the dns cache.

  chrisjohn 14:40 19 Aug 06

iv stopped and started this dns client,but the problem still exists.

  chrisjohn 15:22 19 Aug 06


  ade.h 16:26 19 Aug 06

The DHCP Client service may be holding onto the cache. To find out, turn it off while you attempt to flush it, but disconnect the client from the router before doing that.

  chrisjohn 16:58 19 Aug 06

still wont work?

  ade.h 17:09 19 Aug 06

Well, maybe there is an alternative cure for your problem, since this question arose only while trying to fix another issue. Tell us what that issue is and perhaps we can sort it.

  chrisjohn 18:17 19 Aug 06

yes,the broadband connection,windows balloon,keeps popping up,saying connected,then not connected even though i am connected,i did right click to repair connection and this is the problem,wont do repair.

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