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How to remove limited or no connectivity (no internet access) – Fix error

Fixing that bug isn’t as difficult as it sounds, you don’t need to be a tech-savvy, and it only takes a few minutes. In fact, this is one of the most common errors along with the ‘connected without internet access’ problem in Windows , which is also easy to repair.

You will be surprised how many solutions exist. Today we will teach you five. You will see that some steps are very similar to each other, but, you must consider them very carefully so that you can access the options you need and thus be able to use the internet without problems. Let’s get started.

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Solution 1. Enter a DNS server address to fix the limited or no connectivity error

  1. On your desktop go to “Start”, and open “Control Panel”.
  2. Select the second option in the device configuration list: “Networks and Internet “.
  3. Open the “Network and Sharing Center”.
  4. Click “Change adapter settings” located on the left side of the window.
  5. Right-click on your network adapter and select “Properties.”
  6. Go to “Internet Protocol version 4” (TCP / IPv4) and select it.
  7. Click on “Properties”. You will have at your disposal the following two options: “Obtain the DNS server address automatically” and “Use the following DNS server addresses”. Select the second option.
  8. In “Preferred DNS server” write: 1.1.1.1. In “Alternate DNS Server” write: 1.0.0.1. Press the “OK” button.
  9. Close the window

At the end of these steps your problem will be solved. However, in some cases it is possible that the DNS has a problem with the servers. In this case, don’t worry as it is possible to fix DNS server errors when it is not responding .

Solution 2. Use the CMD program to fix the “Limited or no connection” error

  1. Open Start and type “CMD”.
  2. Hover over the CMD symbol, right click and select “Run as administrator “. A window will open with the question: Do you want to allow this program to make changes to your computer? Press “Yes”.
  3. Write: NETSH INT IP RESET C: /RESETLOG.TXT. Hit “Enter”.
  4. Type NETSH WINSOCK RESET and then press “Enter.”
  5. Write: IPCONFIG / FLUSHDNS. Hit “Enter”.
  6. Enter the following text: EXIT, Press “Enter”.
  7. Restart your computer.

 

Solution 3. Change your network adapter settings

  1. Open Start and type “Control Panel “.
  2. Open your Control Panel.
  3. Click on “Networks and internet”.
  4. Select the “Network and Sharing Center” option.
  5. Click on your network adapter.
  6. Press “Disable”
  7. Click “Change adapter settings.”
  8. Right click on your disabled adapter.
  9. Select “Activate “.

At this point, the connection error should have been fixed. But there are cases in which the problem may be our network adapter driver and therefore the problem persists. This is why you must be sure which network adapter driver your PC needs .

Solution 4. Manually enter the IP address

  1. Open Start and type “Control Panel”.
  2. Open the Control Panel.
  3. Click on the option “Networks and internet”.
  4. Open “Network and Sharing Center “.
  5. Click on your network adapter.
  6. Click on “Properties”.
  7. Select “Internet Protocol” version 4 (TCP / IPv4).
  8. Click on “Properties”.
  9. Select: Use the following IP address.
  10. In “IP Address” write: 192.168.1.67.
  11. In “Subnet mask” write: 255.255.255.0.
  12. Then in the default gateway option type: 192.168.1.1.
  13. In preferred DNS server write: 1.1.1.1.
  14. Now, in alternate DNS server write 1.0.0.1.
  15. Press “Accept”.
  16. Press “Close”.
  17. Close your Control Panel and restart.

 

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Solution 5. Using “Windows Network Diagnostics”

  1. First, open Start and type “Control Panel “.
  2. Then open your Control Panel.
  3. Open “Networks and internet”.
  4. Open “Network and Sharing Center”.
  5. Click “Change adapter settings.”
  6. Right-click on your network adapter and select “Diagnose.”
  7. Wait for Windows to check for connection problems.
  8. Click “Try these repairs as administrator.”
  9. Select “Apply this solution.”
  10. Wait for your connection to be repaired.
  11. Close Windows Network Diagnostic.

With these five proven solutions, you can fix any connectivity issues that come your way and access the internet seamlessly.

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