How to Fix Internet Connection Issues On Windows 11/10/8 | (100% Working)


 Hello and welcome to another guide. Today, in this article, I'll teach you how to fix network adapter difficulties on Windows 11 using two very simple techniques. These solutions will resolve any network connection issues you may be experiencing, such as being unable to connect to the internet, receiving an unidentified internet connection, or experiencing slow internet speed.

Before you take your laptop to a repair shop, have the hardware replaced, or reinstall Windows. I recommend that you follow the procedures outlined in this article, and I am confident that your problem will be resolved.

So, without wasting any time, let's get started on resolving the difficulties. Guys, before we begin, I want to make it clear that this article is just for those who already have network adapter drivers loaded.

If you made a fresh Windows install and the drivers for your network card are not already installed, I am confident that your problem will be resolved.

1st Method To Connect Internet Issues on Windows 11

  1. First and foremost, you will open the settings.
  2. Afterward, select "Network and the Internet."
  3. Then, select "Network troubleshooter."
  4. Next in the troubleshooter select “, I am having a different problem”
  5. Then select "use a specific network adapter" and then all network adapters.

However, if you already have the drivers installed and are still unable to connect to the internet, continue reading and I am confident that your problem will be resolved.

Now, Windows will search for any issues linked to wifi and ethernet, and if it discovers any, Windows Troubleshooter will attempt to resolve them automatically. If, for some reason, your problem is still not resolved, try the second option, which I am confident will solve your problem.

2nd Method To Connect Internet Issues on Windows 10 

So, in a second way, we will simply Reset the network adapter by uninstalling and then reinstalling the network adapter drivers.

So you'll have to do it all over again.

  1. Access settings
  2. Next, go to network and internet, go to the bottom of the screen, and click on network reset.
  3. I am confident that after your machine reboots, all of your network issues will be resolved.

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