Question about Google Computers & Internet
The Google servers are at specific IP addresses. If the address cache (the place where your system stores the numeric (i.e. ip) addresses for the things you name, like "google.com", has an entry for Google that is wrong you will get "server not found" because it will try the cached address before asking for one from the Internet (via DNS). If you can clear the local address cache (via "clear Internet cache" if it has it) you might be able to force the system to reset the address to Google and find the Google servers.
Just a thought.
Posted on Feb 21, 2017
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