My Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting intermittently throughout the day. Despite it showing as connected on the network icon, any attempts to access a webpage will be met with the DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET error message. Manually disconencting and reconnecting fixes it, until it inevitably disconnects again.
Strangely, it is only my laptop that is affected: none of our other devices have any problems at all. Not only that, but it only exhibits the problem for this network and works perfectly fine on others.
I have tried rebooting my computer; rebooting our Super-Hub; running the usual 'netsh winsock reset', 'netsh int ip reset'; flushing the DNS cache and doing ipconfig /release and ipconfig /renew. None of these fixes worked permanently.
Here are the upstream and downstream stats from 192.168.0.1
when you have this issue it's worth trying a different browser to see if it has the same issue.. i.e. is it an issue with just chrome, or is there some sort of issue with the IP stack on your laptop..
It seems like something on the device itself, given that all of your other devices continue to work, but it's worth testing to see whether it's only chrome that's affected or whether it's all apps on your laptop.
I checked both device manager and the Lenovo website, both said my wi-fi drivers were up to date. Just in case, I downloaded the recommended ones manually from the Lenovo website and installed that. It hasn't made a difference and I still keep getting disconnected.
Hi there, just read your post. I am facing the exact same issue of "DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET" as you mentioned and that too on 1 laptop, rest other devices working just fine. Did you manage to have this fixed? Thanks.