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DNS unlocker removal step by step guidance:

I had the same problem but I had a different problem at the end which was causing all these damn coupons to pop up on every website I would visit when using google chrome! But I fixed it lol! Here was my solution:

This tutorial works awesome but you still need to add one more thing to it! I followed your tutorial and at the end, I was still stuck with some kind of app that was causing my google chrome to populate coupon on every page I would visit! After investigating, I found out that the damn “DNS Unlocker” had modified my DNS settings! After fixing this I was completely good! I have google chrome, so I am unsure if this fix persist to other browsers.

The path to do this follows:

Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Change Adapter Settings > Right-click your active internet connection (usually Wi-Fi since everyone uses that, unless your using a desktop) and click properties > Now under the Networking tab, scroll down until you find Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) > Highlight that then click on properties > Both options in this windows should be automatic! The first option should be set to “Obtain an IP address automatically” and the second should be set to “Obtain DNS server address automatically!” If your computer belongs to a company or you actually have a custom DNS then this would not apply to you. Once you are finish, click “OK” and close the windows > Now go back into Chrome and reset your settings one more time and boom! It should work just fine.

 

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