Before we get right to the solution let’s do a bit of a background study. Every time you open up your browser and type in the address of a website, your browser goes and contacts the DNS server of the specific website. DNS stands for Domain Name Server. Now we can call DNS servers the internet’s equivalent of a phone book. What it essentially does is store domain names and when requested to, convert these domain names to their unique IP addresses. Our browser is then redirected to the IP address of the website we want to visit. Sometimes though this particular operation fails. And this is when Chrome gives us the infamous “Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found” error. So now you know what exactly is causing the problem, let’s get right to the solution so you can get back to surfing the internet.