Connected to Wi-Fi, but No Internet Access in Windows? What to Do – Do you face this problem of not having access to the internet on your Windows even when you are connected to the internet, I know how frustrating this can be you can also be thinking about how to fix this frustrating error?
We will be sharing with you the steps to follow when you have no access but you are still connected to Wi-Fi in windows.
How to fix ‘’ No Internet Access” Errors
We will quickly outline the ways to fix the problem of connected but no internet access’’ errors. They include the following below:
1. Confirm if other devices can’t connect
2. Restart your PC
3. Reboot your modem and router
4. Run the Windows network troubleshooter
5. Check your IP address settings
6. Check your ISP’S STATUS
7. Try a few command prompt commands
8. Disable security software
9. Update your wireless drivers
10. Reset your network
What Does It Mean When You’re Connected with No Internet?
Just before we move ahead, we should emphasize what exactly happens on your network when you are connected to Wi-Fi but have no internet. In other to do so, it is important to explain some basics of home networking
Those wireless devices like laptops connect to your router. The router is a device that handles the connections between the devices in your home. Your router plugs into a modem, a device that bridges the traffic on your home network and the internet.
If you see any error message such as connected, but no internet access or connected but no internet on your computer, it simply means that your computer is connected to the router correctly, but can’t reach the internet. Conversely, when you see Not connected, no internet or No internet connection Messages, it just means that your computer is not connected to a router at all.