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How to Fix Connected Wi-Fi Showing No Internet Access in Windows 10?

by Alexa Is McAfee Cloud

Did you sit down for a while to complete your work on the Windows device and a sudden “no internet access hit you.” The dreaded yellow triangle gets displayed over the net connection symbol, irritatingly stating that you have ‘No Internet Access.’ To know the method of fixing it, go through this blog carefully.

Running the Windows Network Troubleshooter

  1. Firstly, tap on Settings.
  2. Then, press on Network and Internet.
  3. After that, press on Status.
  4. Next, choose the Network troubleshooter.
  5. Then, do according to the points for viewing if Windows shall be able to rectify the issue.

For Windows 7 users:

  1. Tap on Start.
  2. Then, press on Control Panel.
  3. After that, press on Troubleshooting.
  4. Next, press the Network and internet option.
  5. Lastly, press on Network Connections.

Seeing the IP Address Settings of yours

  1. Firstly, do a right-click on the network symbol on System Tray.
  2. Then, select Open Network and Internet settings.
  3. After that, press on the Change adapter options entry.
  4. Next, do a double click on the connectivity that you are using.

Turning off Security Software

If you have got any security software on the computer of yours which is stopping the net usage, then you need to do the below-mentioned steps as follows:

  1. Firstly, turn off the third-party antivirus applications that you might have got.
  2. Then, see if the connection returns.
  3. As having security is a matter of concern, you should run a malware scan by applications such as Malwarebytes.
  4. It is worth noting that a malicious program would have been the reason behind the stop of your net connectivity.

Updating the Wireless Drivers

Note that if you have got a manufacturer update installed on the computer of yours, launch it as well as look for wireless driver updates

Resetting the Network of yours

  1. Firstly, tap on Settings.
  2. Then, press on Network and Internet.
  3. After that, press on Status.
  4. Next, press the ‘Network reset text.’ It will be towards the end of the display.
  5. After that, press on Reset now. This shall fully delete each of the network adapters as well as put each of the ‘network settings’ return to the ‘defaults.’
  6. You require setting up everything one more time, but this time you shall be getting fixed things that you require.

For Windows 7 users:

  1. Firstly, do a right-click on the network symbol into the System Tray.
  2. Then, press on ‘Open Network and Sharing Center.’
  3. After that, tap on Change adapter settings.
  4. Next, do a right-click on the adapter that you are using.
  5. Then, select Disable.
  6. Lastly, you need to reboot as well as turn it on for viewing whether it has solved your issue or not.

Jaxson Harry is a Internet Security expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, she has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as norton.com/setup.

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