Nowadays, Windows 10 is the most accessible OS with a user-friendly and attractive user interface. Windows 10 brings an update recently but users are facing some issue after the update. They fail to connect to the internet through WiFi connectivity. The Windows is showing a message- ‘No Internet Secured Windows 10’ when you click on the wireless icon with a small yellow sign in the bottom right-hand side. That means you are connected to the internet but you are unable to access any webpage.
Don’t worry, there are some methods to solve this problem. In this article, we are going to tell you How To Fix Windows 10 No Internet Secured issue. So, go through our article properly and troubleshoot the issues.
Smart Ways To Fix No Internet Secured Error
We generally use routers at our home or workplace for internet access. So, if we face this problem, then it can occur due to wrong IP configuration or some changes in the Settings. To resolve your problem go through the following steps-
Update Network Adapter Driver
Sometimes, the network adapter driver can prevent you from connecting to the Internet if it is out-of-date. So, at first, you should update your Network Adapter Driver. To update the driver go to the following steps:
- Press the Windows key along with the R button to open the Run dialog box. Type ‘devmgmt.msc’ in the box and press Enter to open Device Manager.
- In this window, you can see the ‘Network Adapter’ option. Double click on it to expand and choose your network adapter that your system is currently using.
- Right-click on Network adapter and select ‘Update Driver Sofware…’ to update the Network Adapter.
Run Network Adapter Troubleshooter
This troubleshooter helps you to detect the problem regarding your network. So, go to the Control Panel and then click All Control Panel Items. Then, go to the Troubleshooting and click on Network and Internet. It will take a few minutes to find out the problem related to wireless and network adapter. You can fix the problem by clicking on the given options.
Change Adapter Settings
If the Troubleshooting diagnostics tool fails to fix the problem, then you should change the adapter settings. To do this, click on the Start button and type control panel in the box and press Enter to open the control panel home. Click on the ‘Network and Internet’ to open a new window and now Click on the Network and Sharing center. After that, you will find the active network on the left side of the window.
Now, right-click on the wireless network and click on Properties. Then, find the Internet Protocol Version 6 and uncheck it to disable the IPv6. Next, click on the OK button and close the window. Then, restart your system which will allow the changes to take effect.
Now, check whether you can connect to your WiFi or not. If this fix doesn’t work, then go to the next steps.
Uninstall And Reinstall Network Adapter
At first, delete the Network Adapter Driver completely so that you can set up a new Network Adapter on your system. To uninstall the Network driver, Press Windows + X button together and select Device Manager. Open the Device Manager and click on the Network Adapter to expand it and locate the Network device which you want to uninstall.
Right-click on the selected device and click on ‘Uninstall’. It will take a few minutes to uninstall the network adapter.
Now, look for the Action menu at the top of the Device Manager and click on the check scan for the new Hardware changes. It will automatically scan and detect the Network Adapter and will install the new adapter in your system.
Wait for a few minutes till the installation process and then reboot your computer. It should fix the network issue if not yet then try the following methods.
- If you are using Windows 10 and unable to connect to your internet then try to change the IP settings.
Press the Windows key along with the R button to open the Run dialog box. Type ‘ncpa.cpl’ and hit Enter. Identify the WiFi connection from the ‘Network Connections’ window. Select it and choose Properties. Then, you can see the Internet Protocol Version 4. Double click on it and choose ‘obtain IP address automatically’. Select the ‘obtain DNS server automatically’ option. You can see ‘advanced’ button on the right hand, click on it. Click on the Wins tab and check the Enable LMHOSTS lookup. In the NetBIOS setting click on the Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP and click on the OK button at the bottom. Close all the window in your system and check whether any webpage is opening or not.
2. There is another possible reason for the No Internet Secured which is power management properties. As you are using Windows 10 creators, then we will definitely face this problem due to power management settings.
Press Windows + X button togetherly and select Device Manager. Open the Device Manager and click on the Network Adapter to expand it. Click on the Wireless network and go to Power management tab. Uncheck the save power option and then restart your computer to check whether you can connect to the internet or not.
We believe that this article will really help you to fix the No Internet Secured WiFi connectivity problem in Your Windows 10. In case You face any difficulty to follow our steps then leave us your comment. We are here to help you. Stay connected with us to get more updates regarding your Windows 10 OS issues.