WiFi Connected But No Internet in Windows Easy to Fix it
If you having some connection issue with you WiFi or wireless. Internet is working but get no internet access. You are not the only one which has this kind of issue.
In this article, I will tell you the solution to this problem.
WiFi Connected But No Internet How to Fix “No Internet Access” Errors
Step 1: Confirm That Other Devices Can’t Connect
First thing first before starting troubleshooting, it is very important to determine whether your computer is not only with the error of no internet access. Now get your phone or another computer and connected to the internet and check that the internet is working or not
Before you do any troubleshooting, it’s important to determine whether your PC is the only device with no internet connection. Grab your phone or another computer that’s connected to Wi-Fi and see if it’s online properly.
Step 2: Reboot Your Modem and PC
Reboot your pc and modem, this occurs due to driver issue which sometimes resolves when your reboot your computer and it also happened to the modem unplug the power socket of the modem and re-plugin after some time and turn it one
Step 3: Delete Temp File
Delete your temp file. Opening Run Command by WINDOW + R and then type %temp%
A new dialog box opens delete everything from the folder.
Step 4: Run the Windows Network Troubleshooter
This step is used when something wrong with your computer network driver settings some time it is caused but the corruption of the network drivers
You should have to access your Setting for Network Troubleshooter. To do this
Go to Settings > Network & Internet > Status.
Select Network troubleshooter and follow the steps to see if Windows can rectify the problem.
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Step 5: Check Your IP Address Settings
You should have to check the IP address setting. In most cases, this type of error occurs the issue. To make sure you have the valid IP address. If your computer’s IP settings are not configured correctly, then it can cause this “no internet access” problem.
On Windows go to Control panel> Network and Internet > Under the Network and Sharing Center
From here, click the Properties button. There will be a new dialog box opens
Now Find Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) in the list, highlight it and click on Properties, A new Dialog box will open. At the make sure you have selected the Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically.
Click OK and then try to get online again.
Step 6: Check Your ISP’s Status
You should have to check that there any device can connected to the internet to access then it is fine otherwise there will be an issue in internet service provider (ISP). I can explain why.
Use your phone’s data connection to see if Verizon, T-Mobile or whoever provides service in your area has reported outages. You can check this DownDetector is a great site for this. It tells us the status of the website and many other company outages issues Like Google facebook, Twitter, Fortnite and many other networks.
Step 7: Run Commands in Command Prompt
By these commands, you can able to reset your Wireless driver and settings to by default
1) press the Windows key + S there will be window search open and type command prompt right-click on it and open Run as administrator, then type Command Prompt (Admin).
When prompted about the administrator permission, click Yes.
2) Now In command prompt(cmd) window, type these following commands. Press Enter after each command.
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset
When you complete this configuration, you may need to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
3) After this Right-click the WiFi connection icon at the bottom right corner and click Open Network and Sharing Center.
4) Click Change Adapter Settings.
5) Right-click on your WiFi adapter which is working at that time and click Disable. Wait for a while to complete disable, then Right-click your WiFi adapter and click Enable.
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Step 8: Update Your Wireless Drivers
If other steps are not working then your network driver might be outdated or corrupted, So you should have to update the network driver. You can do this manual by download the network driver of the computer according to your computer specification or download any other driver software to update the network driver of your computer.
Step 9: Reset Your Network
This is the last step you can do at this point if you still have this issue. you can do other than reset your network settings.
If you’re using Windows 10 PC. you can reset your network driver setting by visiting Settings > Network & Internet > Status. At their click, the Network reset text at the bottom of the screen, then Reset now. This option will reset/remove all network setting of your network adaptor and set all settings to defaults. You’ll have to set network setting again, but this fixes the issue in most of the cases.
That all steps you can do I hope it will work and help you in the time of trouble if you like this comment us below and share your friends.