The ABCs of DNS
Sometimes you might have no trouble getting an Internet connection, yet for some mysterious reason you can't connect to a particular site that you
The cache keeps a record of the sites you've recently visited and speeds up return visits to that site later. Occasionally part of this file can get corrupted, making it hard for your PC to remember where to find the sites you want. Cleaning it up usually resolves your site connection issues--and Ipconfig does the trick here, too.
First type ipconfig /displaydns, being sure to leave a space between the 'ipconfig' command
Get the 411 on Ipconfig
Ipconfig has many more seemingly arcane parameters for advanced levels of troubleshooting, which, if you're fortunate,
The list of available parameters for Ipconfig is roughly twice the height of the window, so be sure to scroll up to see the first half or drag the window border downward to view the entire list at once.
To close the DOS window after you've finished entering commands, type exit at the command prompt. You can also click the X at the top right of the window.