1 Click on the network icon in the Notification Area and then click on click Open Network and Sharing Center.
2 Once Network & Sharing Center is open, click on change adapter settings on the left hand pane.
3Right click on your network adapter (depends on whether you are using Local Area Connection or Wi-Fi) and choose Properties.
4 In the following window that opens, under “This connection uses the following items”, select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click Properties.
5 Under the General tab, Select “Use the following DNS server addresses” option, and insert 126.96.36.199 in Preferred and 188.8.131.52 in Alternate DNS Box Click OK.
6 Windows Network Diagnostics will now attempt to detect any problems with the addresses you’ve specified. Just let it go and click ‘Close the Troubleshooter’ once it completes it process.
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