after upgrading from windows 8.1 to windows 10 I have no internet connection.From looking around various forums the problem is usually a VPN or anti virus issue so I have used the f secure removal tool to uninstall my anti virus and used revo uninstaller to remove hotspot shield VPN from my PC before upgrading with no success. The network connections icon looks connected when the pc is first turned on then it changes to the yellow exclamation mark. I have updated the network adpater driver to the latest and also tried plugging in a USB wireless adapter which has the same problem. Will refresh your pc in windows 10 resolve this issue and does this remove all my saved files?
I have Windows 10 laptop hooked up to an ethernet connection which has been working well for the past 6 months. On 2/18/16 it stopped working. I traced the problem to the Qualcomm Atheros network Controller/ Killer E2200 Gigabit Ethernet Controller: Internet status > IPv4 Connectivity: No network connection IPv6 Connectivity: No network connection Clicked: diagnose --> System checked & reset, with IPv4 Connectivity and internet access restored.
This resolved the problem until 3/4, following a Windows 10 update. The above solution no longer works. Clicking 'Disable this net work device' and then enabling it again restores IPv4 Connectivity and internet access for a limited time but loading a new site or page is slower than it was prior to the emergence of this problem on 2/18, and then the connection is again lost after maybe 10 to 20 minutes.
I ran into something strange this morning when I logged onto my computer: I couldn't connect to my wireless network anymore.
Fairly standard, I thought I'd go reset the router and have it be done with, but then I noticed that my phones were both still fully connected. (2 android phones on different OS versions). So my router itself wasn't have a problem, and I was still receiving internet.
I restarted my computer, as any good human being does, and the problem persisted. I then 'forgot the network' and restarted. Typing in my password again and trying to connect, didn't work.
I then remembered I had recently updated Windows 10 #sillyme (Not like I had a choice anyway x_x) So I thought maybe the driver had been updated. Nope. I even tried uninstalling the driver anyway and restarting. Nothing changed.
OK, so then maybe it's my hardware that's going bad? Luckily I have a dual boot So I booted up Ubuntu instead of windows and bam, everything is working perfectly. Absolutely no problems with connecting to my network.
Can't connect to WiFi network. I've already tried: restarting computer, forgetting the network, and uninstalling the driver. Also, it's not hardware as I can connect on the same machine using a different OS.
After spending many anxious days trying to elude a hacker, I Reset my desktop PC yesterday to get a clean Windows 10 install. The legacy network connection I know is routed through the Hacker who is using Teredo tunneling software. I am trying to set up a new and secure VPN network connection to the Internet. But the PC keeps whirring without any visible connection progress. The Network Connection dialog box tells me that Windows 10 is trying to create a WAN Miniport (IKEv2). The legacy connection is on Ethernet with a Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller, which I imported to the new Windows install.I am worried that I don't have the correct adapter settings and that a new connection can not be created while the legacy one still exists.
If I go to the network and sharing center on one of the computers on our home network it reports that it is not connected to a network, but this system can see other computers on the network and access the internet. The other computers cannot see this system, however. This system has an older X38 motherboard with an E8400 processor, but the initial in-place upgrade from Windows 7 had no problems at all.
I didn't notice the problem until I realized that about two weeks of backups across the network had failed. I have tried the repair tools in Windows 10 and have uninstalled and reinstalled the network adapter without success. I was hoping that the problem would be fixed by installing the recent big windows update, but windows update reports that it cannot connect even though I have internet access.
This is all after upgrading from Windows 7 three days ago.
After two days of enjoying Windows 10, my internet just started going out. The pc would freeze for a sec and then id get a red x in the bottom and my wifi would be gone. In device manager, it always shows my wifi network adapter operation was unsuccessful. I switched to a different adapter and installed the latest drivers, which say are compatible with windows 10, and the same issue still happens. I also tried some CMD command I found online related to old VPNs and that didn't work.
Usually it only fixes if i unplug and replug the adapter. Disabling and enabling doesn't work. I repaired winsock and renewed tcp/ icp and that didn't work.. What can I do? I cant go 20 minutes without losing internet.
I have suddenly noticed a problem with internet connection. I cannot download any apps from Microsoft store (with unknown error message). Strange is that each other software (cloud clients, browser, ....) works perfectly.
I have already searched for solution on google and found command wsreset.exe but this did not work..
I have also tried network troubleshooter. It has found these errors:There is one or more missing network protocols. Windows sockets registry entries are missing
I have tried to repair these errors with some netsh commands, which actually did something but did not solve anything.
Another solution is to reinstall network drivers but this did not work either.
I recently brought a new wireless network adapter for usb (Asus usb N14) and since I've started using it the connection is really unstable, I'm on the same connection on my iphone and it's just fine but on my pc it's really struggling, I've ran speed tests and it'll work fine when randomly it'll just go down, I'll still be connected to the router but have no internet. Right now looking at the wifi graph in task manager it literally going straight up for a few seconds then straight back to 0 when downloading a file, and I'm unable to download any large files because it'll just fail after about 30 seconds.
I've updated it to the latest version with no change in performance or reliability. One other thing I'm at Uni so other people will be using the connection and I've no access to the router unfortunately.
I have a Packard Bell Easynote TK37 that has recently been "upgraded" to windows 10 and ever since keeps randomly losing internet connection. This is happening nearly every time I use the pc, it loses connection for 30seconds or so then reconnects.
Husband updated his laptop to Windows 10 several months ago. So far it's been good, and he likes it...that is until this morning. He opens the laptop...no internet connection. It shows our wifi network, but won't connect. He enters his password...says he needs to enter password for that device. Enter password from before Windows 10...no good. Enter password for micorstoft...no good.
Using my laptop (Windows 7) to find fix. I've tried: Troublshoot network connection by right clicking. Right Click won't work...nothing happens. Maybe keyboard language is wrong...no settings button available to look at keyboard properties. Try connecting directly to router...won't make connection. We've rebooted the computer a couple of times, to no avail.
Our phones are connected, my laptop is connected, our chromecast is connected, so we know it's not the router. There is something up with his laptop.
Playing ring around the rosey is not the best way to spend a Sunday morning. no internet connection = no ability to enter password = not able to troubleshoot internet connection = no internet connection = no ability to enter password.
My network connection user name shows "Secured". Right below is the same name followed by "- guest" and "Open". Is this a potential problem? Does this allow someone else access to my network connection? If so, how do I delete it?
OS: Windows 10 Home, 64-bit PC: HP Pavillion g6 notebook
Network adapters: Ralink RT5390R 8-2.11bgn Wi-Fi Adapter (Date: 5/18/2015, Version: 22.214.171.124), and Realtek PCle FE Family Controller (Date: 4/01/2015, Version: 9.1.401.2015)
Problem: Every once in a while, I'll lose my internet connection. When I click the wifi icon on the taskbar, there will be no networks listed. The only way to fix the problem is to go the Device Manager, disable the Ralink Wi-Fi Adapter and then re-enable it. This fixes the problem anywhere from a of couple minutes to a couple of hours, then it happens again.
Solutions I've tried: I've tried doing a system restore but it failed and there are no more restore points. I've tried uninstalling the Ralink driver, downloading a new copy, and reinstalling it.
Upgrading from win 8.1 Pro to win10. Seemed to be going well and then saw lost internet connection in systray. Troubleshooting came up with "windows sockets registry entries required for network connection are missing". I can connect to the internet but not to the LAN.
I upgraded my ageing Dell Inspiron 530 desktop PC this morning from Win7 Ultimate to Win10 Pro. The PC is connected to the router via ethernet cable.All seems fine in terms of the OS, but I have no internet access. I know the router's OK as my other devices are fine.When I run the troubleshooter it flags up "There may be a problem with the driver for the Local Area Adapter".Digging further, it seems the issue is "Windows couldn't automatically bind the IP protocol stack to the network adapter"
Looking at Services, I found the Wired AutoConfig and WLAN AutoConfig services weren't running were set to Manual. I changed these to Automatic and rebooted, but still no joy.The network adapter is an Intel 82652V-2 10/100 and Device Manager says it's working normally and the driver is up to date.
I just upgraded to Windows 10 on my Lenovo ThinkPad. I like the new features but it seems something is "blocking" my internet connection. After reboot, I can access the internet for a couple of minutes before the connection is lost again.
I am still connected to my wireless network. All ping requests fail. ipconfig/release -> ipconfig/renew does not restore the connection.
I upgraded to Windows 10 on my home PC and now every time I connect to this PC from another PC I can use it for a bit and then all of a sudden it disconnects and when I try to log back in it then doesn't connect anymore.
Then when I actually go to this PC again I see that my LAN Ethernet connection is set to "Limited" and I have to restart my PC to get everything back to normal.
Is my Broadcom Ethernet card not compatible with Windows 10?
I was upgrading from WP8.1 to W10 and all was going fine but then my internet connection went off for about 1 minute and then back on. Ever since that happened, the phone has been restarting (Nokia logo) and then the cogs are displayed for abt 15 seconds and the phone switches off. It repeats this if the USB cable is plugged in. I cannot use my phone.
I upgraded from windows 7 to 10-when finished there was a red cross through the wifi icon.Having read numerous forums,I established that there was no old VPN software;I updated the Broadcom 802.11b/g/n software and in network adapter properties,I unticked power management switching off the adapter;also,altered bandwidth to 20_40MHz.As soon as I clicked on that,the wifi switched on!It then works until the computer is switched off;when on again,same problem.If I go to network adapter properties,and disable and then re-enable the adapter,wifi comes on again.
But I'm currently browsing the internet and typing to you.
In fact - I can do virtually everything (League; Steam; Skype; etc) except use any OS feature that requires logging in - e.g. Mail, User Accounts, Shop, etc. Then it says something along the lines of "Cannot use this service without an internet connection - please connect and try again." When I run Network Diagnostics as the prompt recommends - it says I am connected and cannot find a problem.
It doesn't always happen - but it seems to be determined on start-up. If I restart it now it might be working next launch - but 75% of the time it will encounter the same issue. It's been happening for months now but I've sort of gotten used to using my phone to check my emails - but I've now encountered an issue with one of my hard drives being unable to be searched (tried indexing, etc) and the only step I've found that I haven't tried says it could be a corrupted user account - but I cannot update my user account without "connecting to the internet". -_-
The system is up to date. No driver updates available.
I have 20 computers with oem 7.1 that need to be upgrade on each computer. Instead of going to each computer I was wondering if there is a way to do it unattended? If you can how do you handle issues that may come up during installation?
Windows 10 upgrade results in the Network Center not showing any network connections. The troubleshooting wizard does not detect the issue or rectify it. There are a lot of reports on the web supposedly related to pre-installed Cisco VPN or other VPN software.
The downside is that without this feature, crown jewels... Cortana and Edge do not work.