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  1. #1
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    Unable to solve resolving host error in Google chrome

    I am facing the problem while browsing the web pages in the Google chrome browser. After entering the url in the browser after that on the bottom left corner of the browser which shows
    Resolving host….
    After this message chrome is throwing the below message
    This webpage is not available
    The webpage at website link might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.

    What is the actual problem causing this can anyone help me to solve the problem.

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    Re: Unable to solve resolving host error in Google chrome

    The Google has mechanism which is used to improve the page load performance. Which known as the DNS pre fetching mechanism. This feature can cause such a problem to the browser and give such a error. I will suggest you to check that this is enabled or not. If it is enabled in the system try to disable it. It will solve the problem you are facing while browsing the pages on Chrome.

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    Re: Unable to solve resolving host error in Google chrome

    Yes what he says is the correct I have faced such a problem while browsing due to this feature is enabled in the browser. I will also suggest you that try to disable this feature. You can do this by doing these steps
    • Click on the wrench in the Google chrome.
    • Then go to Options.
    • Click on the Under the Hood/Bonnet tab.
    • Go to the Privacy section,
    • Remove the check mark from the check box for Use DNS pre-fetching to improve page load performance.
    • Close this
    • Refresh or reload the web page
    It will work and page loads perfectly.

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    Re: Unable to solve resolving host error in Google chrome

    These steps resolved the problem of the browser of my friend who tried this but it never . I have unchecked the box “Use DNS pre-fetching to improve page load performance”. Still the pages are not loading. After applying the settings it works perfectly for one or two times but when I started the browser again it will causing the problem again and now the web browser shows the black pages.

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    Re: Unable to solve resolving host error in Google chrome

    Thanks for the help I have seen that this setting was enabled in the browser for me. So I have disabled it and it’s now working and pages are loading without any error.

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