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It’s a great time surfing the net when suddenly, a “No Internet Secured” message appears. This strange and obscure message is a sign that your internet has suddenly stopped working.
You can’t access web pages and download anything! How can this happen? The solution to the problem on Windows 10 and 11 computers is much easier than you might think.
If you are not familiar with the workings of your internet connection, this error message may be confusing. It makes complete sense if you stop and think about it.
Your computer may not be directly connected to the Internet. You have a device like a router that sends information to the Wide Area Network. Your computer can also be connected to the router’s other devices within your home. This is known as the Local Area Network (LAN), This network is resilient and will continue to work even when your internet connection goes down.
Simply, the “No Internet Secured” status message means that your Wi-Fi router’s connection is secure and fine, but you don’t receive any data. To solve the problem, we need to find out why your internet connection has stopped working.
This error can be caused by your ISP’s downed internet connection. This is not your fault and means that there are no issues on your side. This can be checked by checking if you are connected to the internet through another device using the same router.
You know that the issue is with the computer and not the internet connection if you are able to access the Internet through a device other than your phone or tablet.
You can request that your Internet Service Provider (ISP) resets the connection if you are using DSL or fiber. The ISP will determine how you go about this. There might be an app or support email address. Or a number. No matter what channel you choose, getting in touch with your ISP can be a great first step towards resolving internet connectivity issues.
Verify that you are connected to the right network if other devices than your own computer have access to the internet. This is a small detail but it’s important. Before you try to fix the problem, make sure your computer’s connected to the correct Wi-Fi network.
It is possible that you have connected accidentally to Wi-Fi networks without an internet connection. You might have accidentally connected to a Wi-Fi network that doesn’t have an internet connection GoPro You left off or you used a hotspot mobile phone that didn’t come with a SIM card.
Virtual Private Networks, (VPNs), These can allow you to surf the Internet more privately and securely. But they may occasionally interrupt your internet connection. Check if the error “No Internet, Secured” is stopped if you have a VPN application on your PC.
If your VPN app is outdated or buggy, it can cause problems. We recommend that you keep your VPN application up to date and updated.
Make sure you unplug your router power before touching any Windows computers. Then, plug the router’s power cord into the outlet at the wall and turn it on again. This is a simple way to fix “No Internet, Secured”, error message in Windows system tray.
Reboot your computer, while you’re doing this. You can do it, and you may be able to resolve your issue quickly.
You can also restore the internet settings of your PC to their factory default to solve other issues related to network connectivity.
Windows 11 can be installed on your Windows PC Settings > Network & Internet > Advanced network settings > Network reset Choose and Reset now.
Windows 10 is available at Settings > Network & Internet > Status > Network reset Choose and Reset now.
After the network reset, Windows will restart your computer. Connect your computer to Wi-Fi and verify that you are able to access the Internet.
This error only affects Wi-Fi connections. It could be an issue with the actual Wi-Fi hardware and software. Connect the Windows 10 and 11 computers to the router using the following method Ethernet instead. The internet connection will start working if it isn’t. It could indicate that something is wrong with your router, Wi-Fi hardware, network drivers or how you have configured Wi-Fi on your computer.
Windows’ network troubleshooter can quickly help you determine if there is a problem with your Windows computer’s configuration.
Windows 11 has a new interface Settings > System > Troubleshoot > Other troubleshooters Choose and Run Next to “Internet Connections.”
Windows 10 is installed on your computer Settings > Network & Internet > Status > Change your network settings Choose and Network troubleshooter. Control Panel.
Once your computer is diagnosed, the troubleshooter will provide a detailed report. It will inform you if possible that the problem was fixed. This should resolve your problem with internet connectivity. It may also tell you the problem but not be able fix it. This information should be used to help you further your troubleshooting efforts.
Microsoft recommends that the disabled program not be disregarded Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6), This could be used temporarily to fix connections problems with Windows 10 or 11.
If you experience an error, or problems with other Windows components after disabling IPv6, it is possible to re-enable IPv6.
It is common for IP address errors to occur. A quick way to solve this problem is to ask the router to remove the IP address that it has given to the computer. Your computer will ask the router for an IP address.
Check out our tutorial Renewing and refreshing your IP address in Windows See the following instructions for more details.
If you receive a message that Windows Powershell succeeded in flushing the DNS resolver cache, please close Windows Powershell. You should be able to fix IP issues and return internet access via the Wi-Fi network.
Windows versions older than 7.0 have network problems that can lead to system crashes. You should update your Windows software if your computer has not been updated in some time.
Go to Settings > Windows Update (or Updates & security In Windows 10 (and select Check for updates or Install all.
It is possible to also get this error from a damaged Windows Update. Although it is difficult to know if the problem is caused by bugged updates, To test if this is a bug, you can rollback the latest Windows updates to find out if that makes any difference.
This is how you can undo the Windows last update:
In Windows 10, go to Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Go back to the previous version of Windows 10 Choose and Get Started.
It is possible that your previous Windows update had been affected by the error. If this happens, you should be able to get it working again. Windows doesn’t keep updated recovery data forever. If it has been awhile since the last update, Windows may not allow you to roll back that update. However, an update that wasn’t made recently may not be relevant to your issue.
Windows may update network drivers from time to time, and this can sometimes cause problems. It is possible to roll back your Wi-Fi driver or Ethernet card driver to the stable version that works properly. Check out our tutorial Windows drivers being retracted Follow these steps to learn more.
You might experience problems connecting to the internet when your network adapters have become obsolete or are corrupted. You might be able to fix the “No Internet Secured” error by upgrading your network adapter.
Alternativ, you can right-click on the Windows icon in the taskbar of your computerand select Device Manager You can also access the pop up menu.
When the uninstallation has been completed, reboot your computer. Windows will automatically (reinstall) the driver after your computer is turned on. Reinstall the network driver by connecting to Wi-Fi.
The simple steps above should quickly get you connected to the internet as normal. Our tutorial will provide you with the assistance you require if this doesn’t help Troubleshooting Internet connectivity problems in Windows .
This tutorial will cover other possible causes as well as troubleshooting solutions for network problems such IP address conflicts.