Are You Connected To The Wi-fi But Still You Got No Internet?
Here is the ultimate guide to solving all problems with the internet connection in Windows 10. Suppose you are connected to WiFi but No Internet In Windows 10.
This solution is for all major issues, including “No Internet, Secure” Wi-Fi error in Windows 10. I recently purchased a laptop running Windows 10, and I had this problem, and I solved it this way.
Now, this is probably because your internet adapter has problems. Trying the network troubleshooter may help or may contain some random errors. But we can easily solve this can easily with a few CMD commands.
Connected To Wifi But No Internet Access In Windows 10
If it connects you to the WiFi network and your internet works on other devices, but not on your Windows 10 PC. This is probably an incorrectly configured IP issue or an adapter issue that can be fixed.
The most common message that is displayed is the “No Internet, Secured” error, a simple solution.
Fix “No Internet, Secured” WiFi Error
If you ever see this error on your PC while it connects you to the Internet but still have no access, these are some ways to solve the problem. Don’t worry, it is a common problem and is super easy to solve.
Solution#1: Restarting Your Router
Now, this is the first solution that helped many according to a Quora discussion. The processor goes like this.
- Forget your WiFi network in the system tray.
- Turn on Airplane mode.
- Restart your router.
- Restart your PC.
- Reconnect to your WiFi network again by putting the password.
This is a fast solution that might help, but I do not guarantee it. But there is nothing to worry about, I have some other great ways to help, no matter what.
Rebooting your router can have some advantages, such as reducing your ping, which is a great way to have a more stable connection and prevent timeouts.
Solution#2: Command Prompt (Preferred)
You can reset both your IP configuration and your adapter, which should help. For me, Solution 1 Failed, but this command prompt trick did the job.
- Open Command Prompt as Admin.
- Use the commands listed below one by one.
- Restart your PC.
These Are The Following Commands You Need To Use One-By-One:
- netsh int IP reset
- netsh winsock reset all
- netsh int TCP reset all
- netsh int ipv4 reset all
- netsh int ipv6 reset all
- netsh int https tunnel reset all
- ipconfig /flushdns
I recommend the Command Prompt method that is quick and much easier. It’s as easy as opening CMD and pasting the commands one by one and restarting your PC, that’s all!
Solution#3: Changing Adapter Settings
According to my friend who uses Windows 10, he has solved the “No internet, secured” error with this fix. It only disables the IPv6 via the “Change Adapter Settings” in Network and Sharing Center.
- Go to Network and Sharing Center.
- Click on ‘Change Adapter Settings‘ on the sidebar.
- Right-click on your WiFi adapter and click on Properties.
- Then uncheck IPv6 from the list of protocols.
You can see the image above that tells you exactly what to do. Your adapter may not have all protocols, which is normal. Make sure you switch off the IPv6 from the list.
These three solutions will help you with the “No Internet, Secured” WiFi error in Windows 10. Even after being connected to the internet, you might not be able to access it just because of some IP configuration issues or even an adapter issues.
But as you can see, it’s pretty simple. I love recommending solution 2 which works all the time, no matter what. This works for Windows 7 as well.
This fix works for all the Windows 10 connection issues such as being connected to WiFi but no internet.
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