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DNS Problem?

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* I posted this in "Internet Broswers" Section but noticed that there was hthis section so pardon me for repeating but i really need answer fast...Plz :whistling: :blink: :

K here is the problem...
I was at the library of my university trying to connect wirelessly to internet.
So I connected no problem, and tried to open "Internet Explorer". It started to go to the university's homepage and error pops up...then i tried other sites...they all wouldn't work...

Now that it is summer, I came home and tried to connect wireless at my house.
But again, the same problem...I wondered y cause I was connected to the internet.

And then somehow, I put an IP address (ie. 67.899.393.32) and then the site started to work.
After all those trouble, I was able to browse through internet by their IP address.

I figured that I had some DNS resolving issue. But How do you fix it?
I really need this fixed as soon as possible so I can work at university...
Please help!

Thank you for reading
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Please do not start multiple topics for the same problem. I am closing this one, and will leave the one in Internet and Browsers open for now. If your issue appears to be not related to that, a mod or staff member will move it or direct you to the appropriate forum. :whistling:
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