Changing the dnserror page on my computer (not on a website)

I had an alternative dnserror page (to substitute for C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\SHDOCLC.DLL/dnserror.htm)

Then I got a new system and I’ve forgotten how to find the key with Regedit.
Where is that in the registry?

There’s lots more on TweakXP as well… have fun!

Couldn’t see dnserror in that list
Guess I should have said I’m not on XP, but Win98 SE.


Any other ideas?

I have XP Pro, I don’t know if it’ll be different in XP Home, or which version of XP you have.

My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\AboutURLs

Wow, way to not read the previous posts!

I haven’t had a computer with 98SE for years.

Well fine.
I’ve been finally prodded/shamed into “upgrading” to XP Home, which seems to be identical to Win98 except I lost $100 and two days making the change-over.

And now that page is at (res://C:\WINDOWS\system32\shdoclc.dll/dnserror.htm)

But I still can’t find the key with Regedit.

My regedit screen is here:

As you can see, no “dnserror”.

Now what? :confused:

It’s NavigationFailure.

I tried that key and all the others on that page, rebooted and still get the original dnserror.htm page