Fixing Network Issues
You might have noticed error in your network connection such as “NO INTERNET ACCESS” or “LIMITED”. Learn how to fix these errors.
Method 1: Resetting the Network adapter.
Right click Networking icon at the taskbar and click Open Network and Sharing Center, then click Change adapter settings on the left side of the window.
There you’ll find list of Network Adapters.
Right click the adapter and select Disable. Once disabled, right click again and select Enable.
If this doesn’t help, try next method.
Method 2: Updating drivers
Open Device Manager, then click on to Network Adapter, there will be list of Network Adapter, right click on the network adapter and click Update Driver Software.
Select the method in which you would like to update and hit Next and follow the dialog box to update the drivers.
You could also download the latest driver package from the manufacturer’s website and install it to update the drivers.
Method 3: Resetting DNS cache
Run Command Prompt as administrator,
Type command ipconfig /flushdns and hit enter.
Type exit and enter.
Restart your machine and check if the issue is fixed.
Method 4: Disabling TCP/IP Settings
Search command prompt and click on run as administrator
Type the following commands one by one:
netsh int ip reset c:\restlog.txt
netsh int tcp set heuristics disabled
netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
netsh int tcp set global rss=enabled
Now restart your machine.
If you have constant problems getting dynamic IP from the WiFi Router, you could alternatively set static IP address and DNS in the Network Adapter Settings.
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