Fix: INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND Error on Windows 10

Loads and loads of people upgrade their Operating System, i.e. the Windows 10 to the latest creators update and now they regret it. That update came with a lot of bugs in it. People have reported not being able to use the EDGE browser anymore, and they are unable to load any website normally. The website will surely be normally accessible by Chrome, and each and everything will work like a charm in it, but once again, when they try to use Edge instead, they get an error message saying ‘There was a temporary DNS error. Try refreshing the page. Error Code: INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND.

The users who are facing this error are really confused, and in order to help them out, we have created this article. The INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND error typically only has a chance of showing up when the user is using the Microsoft edge browser for whatever reason. What this does is that it will not allow the user to access any website that the user wants to access and hence the user will face agonizing issues. This error is not just about the connection, but it is because of the errors in updates which are stacked together.

People have tried using the forums on the Microsoft’s official website as well as posted it multiple times on a lot of different forums too just after the creator’s update rolled out. Most of the professionals have not responded to their questions, and that is the reason loads of questions have piled up.

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To correctly specify the update, we can say that the KB4022725 update broke the Microsoft edge browser.

There are certain websites which will work and certain websites which will not work. This is a significant issue because it might limit your productivity and test your patience. Similar errors might also appear when you try to download the games from the Windows application store as well. The error states INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND and the unique identification code that it generates is 0x80072EE7. The code is just for reference purposes.

Our information technology team has devised several methods which are the most probable to work under any situation using the chronological order system. Therefore, make sure that you follow each and every fix that we implement in order to solve your issues.

How to Fix INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND Error on Windows 10

Fix 1: Disable the Fast Open feature (TCP) in your edge browser.

  1. Open up the Edge browser in your computer
  2. Type about:flags
  3. Use the Ctrl+Shift+D buttons to open up the Diagnostics menu
  4. Open up the Networking tab
  5. Now, deselect the option which says TCP fast
  6. Reboot your computer and restart your Edge browser

Fix 2: Uninstall and Re-install the Edge browser

  1. Open up the Run dialog by pressing the Start+R keys
    inet_e_resource_not_found
  2. Type: %LocalAppData%\\Packages\\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\\AC\\MicrosoftEdge\\User\\Default in the input box and press Ok
  3. Copy the DataStore folder
  4. Paste it on the Desktop
  5. Close the browser, open up the File Explorer
  6. Enable the hidden items by clicking the View Menu
  7. Open the directory C:\\Users\\UserName\\AppData\\Local\\Packages and change the UserName to your username
  8. Search for Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe and delete that
  9. Select the Yes option and proceed with the on screen dialog box
  10. In case there are problems in deleting some files, just press the Skip button, and you will be fine
  11. Restart the computer once it is done with this process
  12. Open PowerShell (with administrator rights)
  13. Type cd C:\\users\\yourusername
    error code: inet_e_resource_not_found
  14. Type Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers -Name Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\\\\AppXManifest.xml” -Verbose}
    error code: inet_e_resource_not_found
  15. Restart your computer
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Fix 3: Reinstall the device drivers.

  • Open the Driver Manager (Device Manager)
  • You can search it up in the Start menu
  • Open the Network Adapters folder in it
  • Find the name of your network adapter
  • Uninstall the network adapter and just reboot your computer
  • The drivers which are not present are reinstalled by the Windows functionality automatically so don’t worry about the hassle of downloading it again.

Conclusion:

There are loads of solutions available all over the internet, but this is the place where you can find them all. Make sure you follow each and every step which we have provided here and do not miss a single one. We are sure this hassle free guide will solve all your problems. Good luck!

 

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