CONNECTED TO ROUTER BUT NO INTERNET

  • Step 1:First, check if you are able to access the Internet can be accessed from other devices such as mobiles and tablets.
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  • Step 2:If you are unable to connect the internet using other devices as well, the problem lies with your modem. Contact your ISP and get the issue fixed.
  • Step 3:If you can connect your other devices to the Internet, then there must be a problem with your device and its Wi-Fi adapter.
  • Step 4:Try restarting your device. Check if you are able to connect to the Internet.
  • Step 5:If the issue persists, reboot your device, modem, and router individually.
  • Step 6:Try troubleshooting the connection from your device. For Windows computer, launch the Windows Network Troubleshooter and run it to fix the network issues.
  • Step 7:You can access the in-built network troubleshooting tool on Windows 7 by selecting Start menu  Control Panel  Troubleshooting  Network and internet  Network Connections.
  • Step 8:For Windows 10, select Settings  Network & Internet  Status  Network troubleshooter.
  • Step 9:After accessing the network troubleshooter, follow the on-screen commands to fix the network errors.
  • Step 10:If the problem persists, check if there is an IP address conflict.
  • Step 11:Sometimes, an outdated network driver can also cause trouble. Open Device Manager and select your Network name under Network adapters.
  • Step 12:Choose the Update Network Driver option. You can either download the update and install it or use the automatic update search feature.
  • Step 13:Try running the Command Prompt on your Windows when you have no internet access.
  • Step 14:Navigate to the Start menu and type 'cmd' in the search box.
  • Step 15:Give a right-click on the Command Prompt and select Run it as administrator.
  • Step 16:Type 'netsh winsock reset' command and press Enter.
  • Step 17:Type 'netsh int ip reset' and press the Enter key.
  • Step 18:It will reset some of the files that Windows keeps to access the internet connection.
  • Step 19:If the above command does not resolve the issue, then type 'ipconfig / release' command in the command prompt window and press enter.
  • Step 20:Type 'ipconfig / renew' and press Enter.
  • Step 21:Type 'ipconfig / flushdns' and press the Enter key.
  • Step 22:This command will refresh your DNS settings and removes the cache files.
  • Step 23:Resetting your network will remove all your system network adapters and make the settings to its default functions.
  • Step 24:You can reset your network settings by choosing Settings  Network & Internet  Status  Network reset  Reset now. Restart your PC.
  • Step 25:You can get help from our technical experts if you are not able to resolve the issue.