Close everything and again check if the error is resolved or not. Today I have come up with a couple of fixes to solve the issue. I posted my findings below, expanding the correct answer by Richard Lindstedt found in this page. It may happen that using any one of them your problem gets fixed. Now see if it is solved or not.
Reboot Windows 10 to take effect. There are several such software on the web to pick from, and the majority of them do equally well. Click on the Reset button and internet explorer will start the reset process. Delete everything after the last sign. You will see all available network Connections. Now fill the following fields as given here.
That's right, the networking changes keep on coming. Click Uninstall a program under Programs. Thank you so much for taking the time to figure this out, and to publicize your findings! The moment your network adapter driver is removed from Windows 10, it is high time that you managed to reinstall a compatible one. There are no issues with other computers using the same wi-fi. Reboot the Windows 10 device again and check if the error is resolved or not. And then delete all the files in your etc folder. Open the Command Prompt program with administrator privilege.
Please upvote Richard's answer, he deserves it. I could temporary solve the problem by adding nameserver 8. The most important thing to know is that both Ubuntu Server and Ubuntu Desktop use resolvconf to manage the resolv. Press Windows Key + X then click on Control Panel. For purposes of getting rid of any network or file corruption, it is suggestible that you manage to remove all the five files in the etc folder on Windows 10. It is basically a plain text file that resides in the Windows folder. Once the download is complete make sure to run and install the setup.
I tried various solutions from other places not yet unbound , none worked. It may be corrupt or full, that is also a reason you may not be able to access the website. Next, click Network and Sharing Center then click on Change adapter settings. I'm having trouble reaching my server via its domain name. Step 4: Save it as hosts in the same etc folder.
Most probably your problem must be solved. All other sites work absolutely fine at least the ones I use and can think of. Try Connecting in Safe Mode Boot your computer into safe mode and try to load Chrome. But my computer seams not to use them. It never fails that developers will throw a wrench into your works to change the way you've been doing your admin thing for decades. With this sort of filter, each site is scanned for particular words and phrases.
I still can't open that other web page in Chrome, but I can in Firefox. Welcome to the new world order Whether you like it or not, this is how Ubuntu networking is now configured. A couple of quick entries like so would have my machine reaching the outside world like a champ: nameserver 8. When it asks you about resetting the adapter, see if you get good results by saying yes. The card is: Killer Wireless 1535 Network adapter When the Win update wiped it out, I installed a fresh one. It is important that you restart your computer to make the changes effective. The file names will be in the form 01-netcfg.
However, you can configure it all you want, but it'll have zero effect. With this change, your network configurations are handled in one location each interface having their own configuration file. I will bookmark this page and comeback after a while to see if anything changed int he situation. I had my settings on 'auto-everything' since forever and it worked. I can't say if it's a bug in the upgrade scripts for 13.