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Hogar Consola Error Cara Mengatasi Masalah ‘Error al cargar el recurso: net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED’

Mungkin ketika anda membuka inspect element melalui google chrome, anda menemukan masalah berupa ‘ No se pudo cargar el recurso:net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED ‘. Hal ini dapat dikarenakan beberapa faktor, antara lain:

  1. Prosas cargando blog anda lemot
  2. Pengaktifan adsblock sehingga javascript terblokir
  3. Modelo tampilan receptivo (Masalah ini ditemukan ketika Google Adsense menampilkan iklan yang sama saat cek tampilan normal (dekstop) dan tampilan responsive blog saya).

Cara mengatasinya bagaimana? Failed to load resource network ERR NAME NOT RESOLVEDCaranya sebagai berikut:

  1. Hapus pemasangan javascript yang dianggap tidak perlu, hal ini ditunjukkan oleh pemilik atau admin situs. Atau juga bisa karena koneksi internet sedang ‘payah’ (bermasalah).
  2. Adsblock non aktifkan anda.
  3. Belum saya temukan.

Tambahan! Untuk jangka pendek, anda dapat menghapus Cache and Cookies browser yang anda gunakan. Caranya ada 2: a. Click ‘Ctrl+H’ to activate the keyboard – Pilih ‘Clear browsing data’ – Lakukan seperti gambar di bawah ini: borrar el navegador of hidden hapus Atau b. Anda bisa disable chace melalui Klik kanan halaman yang anda buka – Pilih ‘Inspect Element’ – Carilah ‘Network’ tab di bagian atas – Beri centang pada kotak ‘Disable Cache’. Semoga bermanfaat.

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When I open my site in Google Chrome, it gives the error failed to load resource in the console. My images are not showing in Chrome but are fine on other browsers. How can I fix this issue? Go to the description of the image above

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I had the same problem. I am working on Windows 8.1 system and had the problem with almost all pages of Google Chrome, IE 11 and Firefox.

This is what worked for me. Run CMD as administrator and run the following commands:

ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /renew ipconfig /registerdns

I didn’t have to restart my PC, but everything worked again and all pages on the internet were available again.

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Comme test rapide pour voir si c’est votre problème, démarrez Chrome en mode incognito avec les extensions désactivées (ctrl+shift+n) et voyez si votre page fonctionne maintenant. Notez que par défaut, toutes les extensions seront déjà désactivées en mode navigation privée, sauf si vous les avez spécifiquement configurées pour s’exécuter (via chrome://extensions). veuillez vous référer à ceci


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I’ve spent weeks fighting with this problem on 2 different unrelated computers, even unable to ping and having variety of connectivity issues in web browsers, including “DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN” and “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”. I’ve tried various ipconfig commands, restarting DNS client service, “netsh winsock reset”, and other solutions found on the internet.

Finally I realized the only common thing on both my computers was Malwarebytes. After closing/exiting Malwarebytes the problem was solved. I am now able to ping and access every website. The solution, again, at least in my case: close Malwarebytes

I just contacted Malwarebytes support but in the meantime wanted to provide this possible solution here.


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This can be caused if the URL supplied is wrong, this was my case.


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You might have to check your internet connection. Many a time, the data can’t be fetched due to bad or no internet. Or open the site in incognito mode and check whether that works or not. If you are using any blocker extensions, disable and check again. You can do that via (chrome://extensions).


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“ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”: how to fix this DNS error in the Google Chrome browser

The internet gives you access to a seemingly unlimited number of websites of all kinds. All you need in order to access a particular web project is an internet browser and the project’s domain name. You type the domain name into your browser’s address bar to represent the page’s numerical IP address. DNS servers (Domain Name System) handle this automatic translation which is referred to as domain name resolution. If the domain name cannot be resolved, you will inevitably encounter errors, which prevent you from accessing the website. When this happens, the Google Chrome browser will display the error message “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”.

In the following sections, you will learn more about what might cause DNS domain name resolution errors. We will also provide you with the best troubleshooting solutions for fixing the Chrome browser error “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”.


  1. What does the error message “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” mean?
  2. Possible causes for the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error
  3. How to fix the ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED error in Chrome
    1. Solution 1: restart the router
    2. Solution 2: delete your browsing data
    3. Solution 3: clear your operating system’s DNS cache
    4. Solution 4: reset the Winsock catalog
    5. Solution 5: change the DNS server
    6. Solution 6: disable Chrome predictions
    7. Solution 7: temporarily disable security software
    8. Solution 8: check for malware

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What does the error message “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” mean?

When you receive the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error message, Chrome is saying that it could not find the IP address which matches the website domain name you entered. If this has happened, you will not be able to access the page since the IP address is required to establish a connection with the web server. You can encounter this error regardless of whether you are using Chrome on a desktop PC (Windows, macOS or Linux) or on a mobile device (Android or iOS). This error is not exclusive to the Chrome browser; you can also encounter this error on other browsers, such as Firefox or Safari. However, they will display a different error message than Google Chrome if the DNS fails to resolve the domain name when trying to access a website.

Possible causes for the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error

There are a number of reasons why a DNS domain name resolution might fail. One of the more common reasons is that the DNS server is (temporarily) unavailable. In this situation, if there are no entries for the website you are trying to access in your browser cache or in your operating system’s DNS cache, the DNS will not able to resolve the domain name. The previously mentioned address entries can themselves also be a possible cause for the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error in Chrome. For example, this error can occur if the browser tries to answer a DNS query using a cached address when the IP address has since been changed.

Other possible causes of this error include router problems, incorrectly configured internet settings, Chrome’s prediction service for faster page loading, malware and faulty security software.

How to fix the ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED error in Chrome

Since there are many different reasons for why you may have encountered a DNS problem, there is no universal solution. However, if you still want to try to tackle the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error message on your own, we will cover the solutions which have the highest chances of working in the following sections.

Solution 1: restart the router

Before you start fiddling with the settings for Chrome or your operating system, you should first check the router connecting your device to the internet. Even if it looks like the internet connection is fine, there is still a chance that this might not be the case. Therefore, you should restart the network device for a possible quick and easy solution to the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error. To restart the device, disconnect the power supply for at least 30 seconds by unplugging the power cable. Then, reconnect the router to the power supply.


If you have temporarily disconnected the router from the power supply, it will take a while for it to fully resume operation after you reconnect it. Wait for the internet/DSL light to turn green before testing whether the DNS problem has been fixed by restarting the router.

Solution 2: delete your browsing data

Chrome stores data on all the websites you have visited in the past by default. This cached data helps pages load faster when reloading them and auto-completes addresses as you type. As useful as this function is, it can quickly become a problem and result in the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error when using Android, Windows, and so on. A possible solution is thus to delete all your browser data. To do this, open the Chrome menu using the three-dot icon and select “More tools”. Then click “Clear browsing data”.

Google Chrome write: three dots icon for menu If you are using Chrome on a mobile device (Android or iOS), you will not find the “Clear browsing data” option under “More tools”. Instead, you’ll find it under the “History” menu option.

Now, select the types of browser data Chrome should delete from the cache, with “Browser history” and “Cookies and other site data” being a must. You should also make sure that you have selected the “All time” option under “Time range”, otherwise it will only delete your most recent browser history. Once you have made your selection, click “Clear data”.

Google Chrome: menu "Borrar datos de navegación" After you clear your browser cache, many websites will load slower than you are used to the next time you open them.

Solution 3: clear your operating system’s DNS cache

People often only associate cached web addresses with the browser being the user interface for accessing the internet. However, standard operating systems such as Windows, macOS and Linux also have web address books, which automatically cache DNS entries for websites you have accessed in the past. Just like a browser’s cache, the DNS cache can also lead to some errors like the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error in Chrome when the stored entry for an address is incorrect or out of date. In this situation, the solution is also to clear the cache, which is sometimes referred to as a DNS flush.

On Windows 10, you can perform a DNS flush by typing a single command into the command prompt window. To do this, first open the Start menu. Then, click the “Command Prompt” option. Alternatively, you can also use the search function to find it. Once you have opened the command prompt window, enter the following command to clear the DNS cache:

ipconfig /flushdns


After a few seconds, you will receive a message stating that the cache has been emptied if it was successful.

Windows 10: a DNS vaciado through the ventana del símbolo del sistema You do not need administrator rights to perform a DNS flush on Windows.

You can find more detailed information about the DNS cache and further instructions on how to clear the DNS memory cache on other operating systems in our article on how to flush your computer’s DNS.

Solution 4: reset the Winsock catalog

If neither the browser cache nor the DNS cache was behind the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” problem, Windows users should take a look at the interface and system application Winsock (also known as Windows Sockets). Winsock helps programs communicate using TCP/IP, and to do so, it creates entries for every connection established. Since this data can also prevent a website from being accessed, resetting the Winsock catalog is a possible solution to connection problems in the Chrome browser. Just like the DNS flush, you can perform this reset from the command prompt window. However, this situation requires you to run the command as an administrator as described below:

  1. Open the Start menu by clicking the Windows icon.
  2. Look for the “Command Prompt” icon located under “Accessories” or “Windows System”, depending on your operating system version.
  3. Right-click “Command Prompt” and select “Run as Administrator”.

Windows 10: "System symbol" icon in the start menu You cannot run Windows services such as the Command Prompt as an administrator without administrator rights.

Once you have opened the Windows command prompt window, enter the following command to reset the Winsock catalog:

netsh winsock reset


Press the Enter key to run the command. Then, restart the system to finish resetting it.

Solution 5: change the DNS server

If the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error message is displayed in Chrome because the responsible DNS server is not working, there is not much you can do to fix this. However, it is possible to switch to a different DNS server by configuring your DNS address settings to use the IPv4 or IPv6 protocol. For example, Cloudflare’s public DNS servers are a good choice. These are available at the IPv4 addresses and as well as the IPv6 addresses 2606:4700:4700::1111 and 2606:4700:4700::1001.

On Windows, you can enter these DNS servers, which are designed to be fast and secure, as the default option by following the steps below:

  1. Open the Control Panel through the Start menu.
  2. Haga click on ” Centro de redes y recursos compartidos ” (en la vista de icons).
  3. Then click on “ Cambiar la configuration del adapter ”.
  4. Then click on the red adapter to connect to the Internet and select ” Propiedades “.
  5. Double- click ” Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) ” or ” Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) “.
  6. Ingrese las direcciones mencionadas anteriormente en ” Usar the following direcciones de servidor DNS ” para el servidor preferido y alternativo.
  7. Confirm that the cambios haciendo click ” Accept “.


The Digital Guide also explains how to change DNS servers on macOS, iOS, and Android as well as older versions of Windows.

Solution 6: Disable Chrome Predictions

Google Chrome has implemented the prediction feature to scale load times faster in a large square. To connect, the function will automatically copy the information related to each user linked to the actual website to speed up the loading times of these pages if you click on them. In the embargo, you know that this prediction service generates errors like the ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED error, because it disables this function in Chrome puede resolver su problema de DNS.

To disable the prediction feature, open the Chrome menu by clicking on the three dots icon. Then select “ Configuration ”. In the following menu, move to the end of the page and click on ” Mostrar configuración avanzada “. In “Privacidad y seguridad”, mueva el control deslizante hacia la izquierda para la opción ” Precargar páginas para una navegación y búsqueda más rápidas “.

"Privacy and security" menu in Google ChromeIf the precarga is enabled in Google Chrome, the browser automatically consumes more recursos del sistema.

Solution 7: Temporarily disable security software

Certain security software that has been installed may cause the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error from Chrome in Android, Windows, etc. the error message. Can easily verify if the applications that are being used are causing problems as they are disqualifying them temporally. If you can solve the number of dominios, you will know that this is due to the origin of the error. If this is the case, you can communicate with the editor of the defective software or replace it with a suitable alternative.

Solution 8: Comprobar if hay malware

This is the case with many computer problems, the malware in its system can cause the “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED” error. For example, malware can alter your DNS server configuration, modify your browser history, or delete the domain name se resuelva de alguna otra manera. Therefore, it is important to verify your system in busca of a possible malware infection if the solutions described previously do not work. Use Microsoft security or malware removal software (MSRT) to perform a scan. Cabe señalar que el MSRT solo is available for Windows users and solo se puede usar con derechos de administrador.

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