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A problem that is generally noticed with the Windows operating system these days is that new operating system updates bring their share of problems. For example, you may not connect to the Internet shortly after the update and see an error message – Internet No, Secured flashes on your screen. Fortunately, there are methods to solve this problem. In this article, we see how we can solve the problem.
No Internet, Secure Error
We generally use a secure Wi-Fi connection at home or office. So if we get an Internet No, Secured error, it could be due to an invalid IP configuration. Maybe something changed the settings. Here’s what you can do.
1] Update your network adapter driver and see if it helps.
2] Run Network Adapter Troubleshooter and see if it helps. Usually, you can use this built-in troubleshooter to identify problems you are having with your network. You can get it here – Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Troubleshooting > Network and Internet. It finds and fixes problems with wireless adapters and network adapters.
3] If this fails, try changing the adapter settings . To do this, select Change Adapter Settings in the Network and Share Center window . You will find the option on the left side of the window.
Then, open the properties of the network adapter and try to find the one that is currently used. It should be visible to you as a wireless adapter.
Check now if Internet Protocol version 6 (TCP/IPv6) is listed among the displayed options. Click and uncheck the box to disable IPv6.
Then click OK and restart the computer for the changes to take effect.
4] If this patch does not work on your device, you can use one last way to completely remove the network adapter so that Windows adds it the next time you boot the system.
To uninstall and reinstall the network driver, press Win+X and select Device Manager. In the list of devices, locate the network device whose driver you want to uninstall.
Right-click the device and select Uninstall.
In the uninstall dialog box that appears on your computer screen, select Remove the driver from this device to completely remove the network driver.
Then enable the Check Hardware Changes option in the Device Manager Action menu to reinstall the device.
Finally, restart your computer when the network driver installation is complete.
I hope something would have helped!
See this article when you receive a’No Internet Access’ message on Windows 10. Do you need other suggestions? Check if Windows 10 cannot connect to the Internet.