Event ID 1014: Microsoft Windows DNS Client

Event ID 1014: Microsoft Windows DNS Client

Applies to

Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista,  Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2

Details

Product

Windows Operating System

ID

1014

Source

Microsoft Windows DNS Client

Version

6.1

Symbolic Name

 

Message

Name resolution for the name %1 timed out after none of the configured DNS servers responded.

 

Causes

Customers have reported the following scenarios as possible causes for this event:

  -  TCP/IP Offload is enabled for a network adapter
  -  TCP/IP v6 is enabled and their ISP does not yet support TCP/IP v6.
  -  The spanning tree “portfast" setting is not enabled on your servers switch ports.
  -  Router and PC communicating on different channel or standard.

User Action

Method one: Disable RSS, Autotuning, and Taskoffload

1.   Run the following command in an elevated command prompt in Windows 7:

 
netsh interface tcp set global rss=disabled

netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled

netsh int ip set global taskoffload=disabled

 
2.  Disable the Scalable Networking Pack (SNP) in Windows 7 by changing the registry settings as follows:

Perform a full-system backup before you disable the SNP.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters]

EnableTCPChimney=dword:00000000
EnableTCPA=dword:00000000
EnableRSS=dword:00000000
 

If the registry keys do not exist, create them, and then assign the previous values.

Method two : Disable TCP/IP v6

To disable TCP/IP v6

1.  Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet, and then click
View network status and tasks.

2.  In the left pane, click Manage Network Connections.

3.  Right-click Local Area Connection, and then click Properties.

4.  In the pop-up box, clear the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) check box.

5.  Click OK, and then restart your computer.

 To enable TCP/IP v6

1.  Follow steps 1 through 3 in the previous procedure.

2.  In the pop-up box, select the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) check box.

3.  Click OK, and then restart your computer.

Method three: Enable the spanning tree portfast setting in your router 

This action varies depending on your infrastructure router. Consult your manufacturer for further details.

Method four: Set you router and PC to communicate on same channel and standard manualy

1. Go to your router admin page which should be 192.168.1.1 (confirm with router manufacturer).

2. Navigate to WiFi settings and choose a channel which should comply with your location, for ex: 11. Save.

3. Choose Standard to broadcast WiFi signal as G only not abgn, bgn, gn (If your router is N capable and any PC in your home/office is only G ready). Save.

4. Go to your PC Network and Sharing Center (Windows 7) and Click on Change Adapter Settings, select you WiFi adapter, right click and choose Properties.

5. In pop up window select Configure, in next window click on Advance tab and browse settings there and choose same channel you choose in you router for ex: 11 and the same standard as G not abgn, bgn or gn. Save and Exit.
 

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  • teşekkür ederim

  • checking event logs (auto)  ????????????? are there any hard problems

  • I have tried all of the suggested methods, however I still have the problem. Any suggestions?

  • I have tried all of the suggested methods, however I still have the problem. Any suggestions?

  • solved by setting manually DNS server addresses for both IPv4 and IPv6 protocol; ISP automatic setting works badly

  • I solved this problem by "Method 3", that is, I contacted your Internet delivery. I have made dictated Netia.pl Consultant. I have a modem Netia Spot. I believe that the following procedure is effective for all users of Windows 7 x64 Home Premium. `Control Panel` (View by: Large icons)> `Network and Sharing Center`> `Change` adapter> select `Properties`> `open Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)`> `Get clear choice DNS server address automatically '> select `Use the following DNS server addresses'> type 8 | 8 | 8 | 8 (aka 8.8.8.8) in the area of​​` `Preferred DNS server> type 8 | 8 | 4 | 4 (or 8.8.4.4 ) in the area of ​​`Alternate DNS server '> OK.

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    From this problem and that the "method 3", that is, and contacted your Internet delivery.  I have made dictated Netia. pl Consultant.  And have a modem Netia Spot.  And that the following the procedure is effective for all users of Windows 7 x64 Home Premium.  ' Control panel' (View that:  Large icons)> ' network and Sharing Center'> ' Change' adapter> select' properties'> ' open Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)'> ' Get clear choice DNS server address automatically'> select' Use the following DNS server addresses' > type 8 | 8 | 8 | 8 (aka 8.8.8.8) in the area of​​'' Preferred DNS server> type 8 | 8 | 4 | 4 (or 8.8.4.4) in the area of ​​' Alternate DNS server'> OK.

  • Method two: Disable TCP/IP v6 made sense of a recurrent warning in my events log as Windows 7 says my router does not support IPv6. So I cleared the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) check box. And the error has not recurred despite a Restart and an awakening.

    I recall BT Voyager v220 supported IPv6 in Vista (and Googling suggests it does). So should I install BT's driver for Vista in Windows 7? I would uninstall Microsoft driver Rt86win7.sys then use Program compatibility to browse to setup.exe on the Voyager's CD. I will leave well enough alone for now!

  • Following Google links, I find no hard evidence BT’s Voyager 220V supports IPv6. And its driver that I assumed was in Vista but not in Win 7 is actually in BT’s exchange. So Win7’s driver for the Network adaptor is something else. Sorry about my errors above!

    Windows IP Configuration lists an address for Link-local IPv6 but not a Default Gateway. And BT says their newer Home Hub 2.0 does not yet support IPv6.

  • This does not work.

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