How to Get Rid ‘DHCP Lookup Fail’ Issue on Windows 10

If you’re having trouble connecting to the Internet on your Windows PC, it could be because your device doesn’t have an IP address. This happens when you connect to a wireless network without configuring your router to transfer an IP address to your device. You’ll need to do one of two things to solve the problem. Either manually assign an IP Address yourself or let your router handle setting the IP Address to your device.

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In this article, we are going to solve the ‘dhcp lookup fail’ error on your Windows device. read more

How to Repair Network Adapter Not Detected on Windows PC

The network adapter is an important part of your computer because it sends and receives data to other devices on wireless or wired networks. Sometimes the network adapter disappears from the Device Manager or Windows 10 reports that it’s missing.

When this happens, you can’t connect to the Internet, which can be very annoying when you’re trying to work or watch Netflix. To help you solve this problem, we’ve compiled a list of solutions you can try to fix your network adapter in Windows 10. read more

How to Troubleshoot ‘Devices and Printers Not Loading’ on Windows 10

Through Devices and Printers, you can get an overview and quick access to all connected and wireless devices on your computer. From here you can also manage, add and remove smartphones, portable music players, digital cameras, webcams, monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, scanners, Bluetooth adapters, and more.

The Hardware and Sound Control Panel, Devices, and Printers are also easily accessible. But sometimes users report that devices and printers don’t load. Especially after the latest Windows 10 update, devices and printers become unresponsive. read more

Troubleshooting: Windows can’t communicate with the device or resource – primary DNS server

There is nothing worse than a Windows error that prevents you from accessing the Internet. The “Windows cannot communicate with a device or resource” error message is not uncommon and can quickly disrupt your plans.

If you get this message, there’s no need to panic. We’ll explain exactly what this error means and how you can fix it.

What causes Windows to fail to connect to a device or resource (the primary DNS server)?

The main causes of this network error are problems with DNS, corrupt, outdated, or incompatible network adapter drivers, corrupt DNS cache, improperly configured Hosts file, etc. read more

How to Troubleshoot Limited Connectivity on Windows PC

This error is a common sign of problems with your Wi-Fi adapter or router. It does not mean that your wireless adapter is disabled, but that the device cannot communicate with the router as it should. If other wireless devices are already connected to the Wi-Fi router, the problem is the computer getting this error.

However, before you try any of the following methods, try rebooting the router. Wait 5-6 minutes for the router to initialize and then try connecting again. If the “Connection Restricted” error still occurs, follow these steps. read more

Troubleshooting: Wi-Fi Connection Error “No Internet Secured”

You’re having fun browsing the Web when suddenly an error message appears: “No Internet, safe.” It’s a strange and cryptic message, but it’s pretty clear that your Internet connection has stopped working.

Web pages don’t open and you can’t download anything! What is going on? It’s actually much simpler than you think.

What causes the “No Secure Internet Connection” error when connecting to a Wi-Fi network?

  • A problem that many Windows 10 users face is the inability to connect to the Internet after downloading and installing new operating system updates.
  • You may see an error message on the screen saying there is no internet, which is usually due to a misconfigured IP address.
  • One culprit could be that recently installed Windows updates have changed the configuration settings. Therefore, we have listed below some methods that can help you solve this problem.

How to repair the “No Secure Internet Connection” error when connecting to a Wi-Fi network?

Set up a new DNS server

  1. Open the settings screen by clicking on the Wi-Fi connection icon in the taskbar, then click on Network and Internet Settings.
  2. Here, click Change Adapter Settings, right-click on the appropriate connection, and then click Properties.
  3. Select Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4) > Properties.
  4. Activate the Use the following DNS server addresses option and enter them:
    Preferred DNS server: 9.9.9.9.9
    Alternate DNS server: 1.1.1.1.1.
  5. Click OK.

Start troubleshooting your network

Windows 10 has several troubleshooters – sets of software tools that automatically check for errors and perform (or suggest) repairs. read more

How to Resolve Error 0x800c0006 on Windows 10 PC

Error code “0x800c0006” is a problem name that contains detailed information about the error, including the cause of the error, which component of the system or application failed, and other information. The numeric code in the error name usually contains data that can be deciphered by the manufacturer of the component or application in which the failure occurred.

The problem associated with this code can occur in different places in the system. Thus, even if there are some details in its name, it is still difficult for the user to identify and fix the cause of the problem without specific technical knowledge or appropriate software. read more

How to Resolve System Icons Missing in the Windows Taskbar (Windows 7)

The Windows 10 system tray (notification area) is located on the right side of the taskbar and provides access to system notifications, features, and applications. The taskbar also contains shortcuts to some important settings, such as network, power, volume, and action center icons.

If you hover your cursor over the taskbar and notice that the icons you use are missing, there could be several reasons. You may have installed a Windows update that caused the problem, or corrupt registry entries conflict with Windows 10, causing your taskbar or icons to disappear. read more

How to Resolve: No Internet Connection in Windows 10

Windows 10 updates tend to break things, and the latest Windows 10 version 2004 update was no exception. According to many forum posts, the latest annoying bug prevents Windows 10 applications from accessing the Internet, even if the PC is successfully connected and the web browser is working properly.

Unfortunately, the error appears without warning or reason. If you see a yellow “No Internet Access” error triangle in the Windows 10 taskbar and can’t connect to the Internet in apps like Steam, Spotify, or Fortnite, but can browse the web as usual, then you have an error. read more

Troubleshoot error 0x3A98 when generating WlanReport via CMD

Error code 0x3A98 occurs when users try to run a full WlanReport from the command line. This scan is usually performed by users experiencing problems connecting to their own wireless network.

If you too are facing the error 0x3A98 on your PC, this article will help you get rid of it with a few solutions that have helped other users.

What causes error 0x3A98 when generating a WlanReport via CMD

Router mismatch: as several concerned users have confirmed, this problem can also be caused by a problem related solely to your router or modem.

Current Network Problem: It turns out that a faulty network component may also be responsible for this error message. read more