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FIX ISSUE WINDOWS 10 NO INTERNET ACCESS BUT CONNECTED
Most of us might have encountered this error, Windows 10 no internet access but connected on your PCs, and it is a common error that occurs due to a temporarily with your router or access point. Usually, we use a router to connect our wireless devices to a Wi-Fi or wired network. Before the connectivity process, we will connect this router to a modem.
Note: Modem is used to control the network traffic between the devices.
If you receive the error Windows 10 no internet access but connected it indicates that your computer is connected to the router properly, but there is an issue with accessing the internet.Not connected, no internet means your computer is not connected to the router. To fix this issue, connect your computer to the network and then check if the Not Connected, no internet issue has been resolved.
Steps to solve the error Connected, but no internet access
- First, check if your router is working properly. You can check by connecting any other device to the router.
- If you encounter the same issue on your other devices as well, then the router is causing the problem so you faces the situation like Windows 10 no internet access but connected.
- Change the router and then perform the connectivity process.
- If your other devices can connect to the network, then misconfigured network settings might cause this issue.
- Re-configure the network settings correctly on your Windows 10 computer and then check if this issue persists.
- If the error persists, reboot your Windows 10 computer.
- After rebooting your Windows 10 computer, check if the issue has been solved.
- If not, reboot your modem and router.
- Refer to your modem and router’s user guide to perform the reboot process.
- After rebooting the router and modem, check if this issue is solved.
- If not, run the Windows Network Troubleshooter application on your Windows 10 computer.
- To perform it, open the Settings application on your Windows 10 computer.
- Click Network & Internet > Status > Network Troubleshooter.
- After that, check if the issue has been solved.
- If not, reset your Network settings.
- To do it, click the Status tab in the Network & Internet window.
- Select the Network reset option. Click the Reset Now button.
- After resetting the network settings, reconfigure it and then check the network status.
- If the status Windows 10 no internet access but connected is still displayed on your Windows 10 computer screen, contact us.