Virtual Router Manager Has Stopped Working

Sometimes Virtual Router Manager won’t start or may stop working due to various reasons. If your Virtual router manager has stopped working, proceed with the steps that are given below to fix the issue.

  • STEP : 1 Press the Windows and R buttons together to open the Run dialog box.
  • STEP : 2 Type “cmd” in the search section and click on the OK button.
  • STEP : 3 When the Command Prompt window opens up, type “netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow.” Then, press the Enter key.
  • STEP : 4 Go to the Start menu and type Virtual Router Manager.
  • STEP : 5 Launch the Virtual Router Manager window and enter the username and password of the network. Then, click on the Start Virtual Router button.
  • STEP : 6 If the issue persists, verify your internet connection.
  • STEP : 7 Click the Wi-Fi icon on the Windows taskbar.
  • STEP : 8 If you are not connected to the internet, select your network from the list.
  • STEP : 9 Enter the password of your network and click on the Connect button.
  • STEP : 10 If your internet connection is wireless, switch to a wired connection.
  • STEP : 11 Press the Start menu and type Run.
  • STEP : 12 Launch the Run dialog box and type “devmgmt.msc.” Then, click on the OK button.
  • STEP : 13 When the Device Manager window appears, go to Network Adapters.
  • STEP : 14 If the Disable option is turned on, navigate to Properties and enable it.
  • STEP : 15 Open the Virtual Router Manager and check if the issue is resolved.
  • STEP : 16 If the issue persists, go to the Start menu and open Control Panel.
  • STEP : 17 Navigate to the Network and Internet settings.
  • STEP : 18 Open Network and Sharing Center and select Adapter settings.
  • STEP : 19 Right-click on the Wireless network collection option and enable it.
  • STEP : 20 If it is already enabled, disable it and again select enable.
  • STEP : 21 Right-click on the Wireless network collection option and select Status.
  • STEP : 22 Go to Properties and select Sharing.
  • STEP : 23 Select the box and choose your network to resolve the issue.
  • If Virtual Router Manager Has Stopped Working, contact our technical team by clicking the call button displayed on this screen.