During the visit of webpage in search result, Google Chrome will pre-fetch the IP addresses of all websites that are listed on that page. Since the browser has the IP addresses of all the links in advance, DNS pre-fetching ensures that any links that may you click on that webpage will load more faster. However, when pre-fetching fails, something that’s not very uncommon, you may get the “link broken” error. Now see the following step by step suggestions how to solve the DNS Servers error in Google Chrome.
1. Go to search bar and type "cmd" command and then right click on command prompt and run it as "Run as administrator" for more guidance see the picture has given below:
Now as per instructions of above you have solved the problems easily and I hope this tutorial is very useful like other technical tutorials and enjoy.