It’s often a frustrating moment when you’re connected to a router/modem/WiFi with your Windows PC, and there is no internet. It may happen with anyone, even with me. Today, my brother called up and said that his internet is not working by any means. He used a different modem/router and even tried with WiFi, but nothing worked, and no internet. Since there was no specific error while trying to browse any website, so we started with scratch.
We did a factory reset on Windows 10 as well router, but still, the problem did not solve. The same WiFi was working on the mobile phone; however, there was no internet on the Windows 10 PC.
After struggling with so many options, finally, we got working internet. This issue was with the wrong setup of the network. It automatically got changed by some of the software, which was unknown.
If you are struggling with a similar problem, you can try some of the basic options first, which may help you get a working internet connection. Once you find the internet connection problem on your PC, start with a few basic options. Try to reset the router/modem and check if it works. Connect the PC with another device WiFi/router, and check if it works. If your internet starts working with other WiFi/routers, which means your first device is faulty. You can even try to disable and enable the network connection.
If your internet connection problem is not solved, this post will help you a lot.
How to fix the “No Internet” issue on Windows 11 or 10?
Step 1. Click on the
Step 2. From the available results, click on
Step 3. Right-click on
Step 4. The Network and Sharing Center window will open.
Step 5. From the left side options, click on
Step 6. Select the Ethernet/Network/WiFi adaptor and right-click, select
Step 7. Under the Network adapter’s Properties, under the Networking tab, click on
Step 8. Now, click on the
Step 9. On the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties window, on the General tab, select both the options,
Step 10. On the Alternate Configuration tab, select the
Step 11. Navigate back to the
Step 12. On Advanced TCP/IP Settings, navigate to the
Step 13. Once you have unchecked “Register this connection’s addresses in DNS,” click on
Now check your internet connection; it should work 100%. The above-mentioned method can solve the No Internet problem from Windows 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and Win XP.
Let me know via comment if the problem persists.
You might also be interested in our guide on disabling Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) in Windows 10?