Assuming you have received a crash message in Windows, the probability of a root server in the network not being determined automatically helps to verify it and, if possible, restore network settings. Is. Here we will show the user in GIGA how the solution works.
- Press the key combination [Windows] + [i] to open the settings.
- Click on “Network and Internet” and on the menu item “Proxy”.
- Activate the “Automatically detect settings” item on the right, if not done.
If the above settings are enabled and you still receive the error message, it may help to restart the router.
Also, try performing a winsock reset.
Open Internet Explorer, click on the rat icon in the top right corner, and select “Internet Settings”. press the button “Connections” hold tab, go to “(LAN Settings)” button and check the “Automatically detect settings” box.
You may have changed or set up proxy settings in Windows or in the router configuration. Incorrect entries can lead to the mentioned error. In this case, reset the settings to the default values and restart the router as well as the Windows computer. Now everything has to work as usual again.
If all else fails, you can reset the router to factory settings and reinstall Windows.