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Cant change my nameservers

hello.i have 2 domain in my host.  i want to change my server name domain to server name sub domain  but it doesn't change.2 domain take from godaddy.  would you please help me
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Re: Cant change my nameservers

@payman 

 

If you want to use the GoDaddy Name servers, you just select default - you can't specify the ns## as it is auto assigned



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Re: Cant change my nameservers

thank you for your useful information. now in my cpanel both of domain link is correct. but when i search it in google it show old template site.Does it take time to change in google?

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Re: Cant change my nameservers

@payman 

 

DNS can take a little while to update I've seen it take as little as 10 minutes and as much as 2 days - there are about 100 factors that play into it

 

I would just give it a little bit



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