How To Fix The No Internet Secured Error

No Internet Secured problem have been more widespread in recent years, and we often encounter them as a result of minor changes in PC/Laptop settings or inappropriate operation.

However, most individuals encounter this problem even when everything appears to be in order and functioning, but the internet does not, and in some cases, this problem is resolved quickly due to IP address re-configuration.


How To Resolve The Error “No Internet Secured”

Most Windows 10 users experience the ‘No Internet Secured’ issue, which can be caused by a variety of factors. To assist you in resolving this issue, we have included several remedies below.

1. Change The WiFi Network Adapter Properties

To begin, use this basic way, as a simple Network and Internet troubleshoot can get you back online. If your internet is connected but not working, try these steps:

Step 1: From the bottom corner of the screen, right-click on the WiFi icon.

Step 2: Select “Troubleshoot,” and the problem should be resolved.


Step 1: First, open “Run” by typing Run into the search box or pressing “Windows + R,” which will launch Run.

Step 2: After that, input “ncpa. cpl” and hit “OK.”

Step 3: Right-click on your internet connection and select “Properties.”

Step 4: Now search for the “WiFi Properties” section and see if the following choices are checked:

Client for Microsoft Networks Microsoft Networks File and Printer Sharing
Discovery of Link-Layer Topology Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) Mapper I/O Driver
Responder for Link-Layer Topology Discovery

Check that all of these options are checked; if they aren’t, check them all and click “OK.”

2. Reset Your Connection 

Most of the time, prolonged internet usage without a break (without turning off the router for an extended period of time) might cause problems, therefore to get your connection back online, follow these steps:

Step 1: Go to the bottom right corner of the screen and click the WiFi symbol, then “Forget” your WiFi network connection.

Step 2: Select “Airplane Mode” to re-establish the connection to the laptop/computer.

Step 3: Disconnect the internet connection wires that are linked to the Laptop/PC; if it is connected by WiFi, there is no need to worry.

Step 4: Turn off the router and disconnect the connection from the socket for a few moments before plugging it back in and turning it back on.

Step 5: Turn off Airplane Mode on the Laptop/PC after the Router has booted and is ready.

Step 6: Select your internet connection by clicking on the WiFi symbol.

If you follow the steps above, this issue should be resolved and your internet should be operating properly; if not, don’t worry, there are many other remedies listed below that you can attempt.

 3. Network Adapter Driver Software 

The same way that your phone’s apps won’t work if they aren’t updated, the same is true here. To ensure that the drivers are up to current, take these steps:

Step 1: Open “Run” by pressing Win+R or typing “Run” into the search field.

Step 2: In the Run search bar, type “Device manager” or “devmgmt.msc” and press Enter.

Step 3: In the device management, look for Network Adapters.

Step 4: Select your current network adapter from the Network Adapters column.

Step 5: Select “Update Driver” from the context menu of your network adapter.

Step 6: Select “Search automatically for updated driver software” from the pop-up box that appears.

If any changes are detected, it will take some time to update; nevertheless, if it still doesn’t work, make sure you have the most recent version since if you have an older version, you may not obtain the intended results even if you follow the previous procedures.

Always keep your software and drivers up to date. So make sure to check the Windows 10 official page for updates and maintain your system and drivers up to current.

 4. Modify The IP Configuration

If the problem is caused by an invalid IP address, it can be simply resolved by following the instructions below.

Step 1: Right-click on the Network symbol in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Step 2: Select “Open Network and Internet Settings” from the drop-down menu.

Step 3: At the button or on the left side, look for “Change Adapter settings.”

Step 4: Right-click on your network and select Properties from the drop-down menu.

Step 5: Uncheck the button to disable Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6), then click OK.

Step 6: Close any open windows and restart your computer; then check to see whether the connection has been restored.

 5. Uninstall and Re-install Your Computer’s Network Adapter

To get your internet connection back online, follow the instructions to delete and reinstall the network adapters.

Step 1: In the Window’s search bar, type “Device Manager.”

Step 2: Double-click Network Adapter to access its options.

Step 3: Locate your network adapter, right-click it, and choose Uninstall.

Step 4: Select “Delete the driver software for this device” from the drop-down menu and click OK.

Step 5: Be patient while the driver is removed; it may take some time.

Step 6: After the network adapter has been uninstalled, go to Action and select Scan for hardware changes, and Windows will look for the missing network adapter and reinstall it.

Step 7: Now wait for the installation process to begin and after it’s done no close all the windows and Restart your PC/Laptop.

Check to see whether the connection has been restored and is operating after it has been booted up.


So those were some of the basic answers to the problem of “No Internet Secured.” You will obtain the desired outcome, but make sure you follow the procedures exactly and double-check that your router is working properly.