How to fix Wi-Fi problems, limited access and other network issues on PC

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Throughout our usual PC usage, we bring several changes to our PC which we might not be aware of. Some of those changes turns out to be our biggest threat like occurrence of Wi-Fi, no connectivity or network issues out of nowhere which is good enough to ruin our day. Contacting the ISP (internet service provider) for every little network issue is not always the solution.

Here is what you need to do if your face any network related problem on your PC. Before we begin always make sure that your network adapter is updated during troubleshoot (maintenance) to do so,

  • Click on start “search Device Manager” and open it
  • Expand network adapters and double click on your wireless network adapter
  • Click on the driver tab and update your network driver (get network adapter driver)
  • If it doesn’t help disable the adapter and re-enable it
  • Restart your PC to apply changes

If your network driver is up to date and you still have limited access issue then follow these steps:

1.Reset your TCP/IP stack to default system configuration

  • Run command prompt as administrator (windows key + X+ A)
  • Type the command “netsh winsock reset” then “netsh int ip reset” and hit enter
  • Restart your PC to apply the default configuration which should fix limited access

   2. Reset TCP/IP auto-tuning

  • Run command prompt as administrator (windows key + X+ A)
  • Type the command “netsh int tcp set heuristics disabled
  • Followed by the command “netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
  • And then the command “netsh int tcp set global rss=enabled” and hit enter
  • After a restart, your system should have internet access

 

network issues on PC

 

Most the Windows 10 users are likely to face network issue during Windows update, where windows diagnosis and troubleshoot might not be the solution. Apply the steps underneath to find solution to your problem.

  • Run command prompt as administrator (windows key + X+ A)
  • Enter the command reg delete HKCRCLSID{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f
  • And then typenetcfg -v -u dni_dne
  • After a restart, your system should have internet access

You may also try releasing/renewing and Flush DNS

  • Run command prompt as administrator (windows key + X+ A)
  • Type the command “ipconfig /release” and then “ipconfig /renew
  • Flush DNS cache with “ipconfig /flushdns” command
  • Restart your PC to apply changes

Check out Microsoft Support to learn about further network tips and tricks

If you have tried all the above steps and still couldn’t debug your network problem then restore your PC via creating system restore to the nearest date of installing updates.

  • Click on start menu “search system restore” and open it
  • Click on system restore and select undo system restore and click on next
  • Rest is handled by your PC
  • Restoring your PC to earlier date will definitely fix your network issues

If you know some better methods then please let us know, down below on the comment section.

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