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I did a search and couldn't find anything.

 

I checked the "DNS Cache" and did a cleaning.

 

Used the ipconfig/ displaydns and there is still a long list there.

 

What am I not doing wrong.

 

I even used the ipconfig /flushdns command and it said the

cache had been flushed but is still there.

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Are you using a altered hosts file? or perhaps flush and ccleaner both cause the dns to begin rebuilding.

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Are you using a altered hosts file? or perhaps flush and ccleaner both cause the dns to begin rebuilding.

 

Just the normal Windows host file.

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when you do /displaydns what are some of the entries?

 

 

 

Everything I've found on the subject says that those that are immediatly listed after a flush are coming from the HOSTS file

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