"No Internet, Secured" Problem's Solution In Windows 10 PC/Laptop

There might be times when you are trying to connect to the internet on Windows 10 and you might be getting "No internet, secured" error on your PC or Laptop. But in the smartphones and it may work perfectly because it is a windows error. But don't worry, here on our blog, we have the solution for your No internet secured error. So, let's directly jump into the post.

How No internet secured error occurs in Windows?

 There are various reasons for this error to occur. There may be a fault in your windows drivers. To avoid this, make sure that your windows and its drivers are updated regularly.  If there is driver issue, don't worry in the next section we will tell you how you can resolve the issue. There may be other problems too. 

No internet, secured error Solution

As we said above, the problem might be due to various reasons. We have given bunch of solutions and you can try them to solve your problem.

Solution 1: Disabling IPV6 protocol

  • Go to Properties of the Network Adapter and look for a wireless adapter that is currently running.
  • Search for the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) under the options that show up and uncheck IPv6 to disable it.
  • Click on OK and restart the computer to enforce the changes you made.

Solution 2: Uninstall and reinstall the network driver

You can uninstall and re-install the network driver and hence, if there is any problem in your drivers, it can be solved by this.

  • To uninstall and reinstall the Network driver, press Win+X altogether and select Device Manager. Then, In the list of devices, locate the Network device whose Driver you want to uninstall.
  • Right-click on the device and then select Uninstall.
  • In the Uninstall dialog that shows up on your computer screen, check the 'Delete the driver software for this device' option to remove the Network driver package completely.
  • Following this, in the Action menu of Device Manager, check the Scan for Hardware changes option to reinstall the device.
  • Finally, restart your computer when the network driver installation process is complete.

Solution 3: Configure wifi adapter properties

If any of the above solutions didn't work for you ,I think this one will definitely work.

  • Right Click on wifi icon in the taskbar.
  • Click on 'Network and Sharing Center'.
  • Click on 'Change adapter settings'.
  • Right click on Wi-Fi adapter, select properties
  • Click on configure, then go to advanced tab
  • Select HT Mode, and change the value to HT Mode 20|40
  • Click OK, then you should be able to ping your router and any site.

Solution 4 : 

1. Go to Control Panel ----> Network and Internet ---> Network Connections
2. Choose your wifi connection, right-click and select Properties
3. In the Wi-Fi Properties, in the "This connection uses the following items:" tab, you should check the following options:

  •     Client for Microsoft Networks
  •     File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks
  •     Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O Driver
  •     Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
  •     Reliable Multicast Protocol
  •     Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)
  •     Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder
If it doesn't change for the moment, try to disable and then enable your wi-fi
It took me a week to figure it out.

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That was it for the post, above are the only solutions to this problem, share this post with your friends so they can also be aware of the solution when they have no internet secured error on windows 10. Comment below which solution worked for you.


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