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How to Fix No Internet Secured WiFi Error in Windows

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Written by Kelly Houstan

Well, keeping Windows operating system updated is always recommended, and we have to do it properly. But, sometimes Windows update files come along with some issues in many programs. One of the most common problems that most users face is actually the “No internet, secured” WiFi error. But, every problem also comes with solutions & thankfully, we have the solution to this problem. This problem could be caused via the misconfiguration of the IP address. No matter what the reasons are, we will guide you to the solution. Just read this article to know all about How to Fix No Internet Secured WiFi Error in Windows. Let’s begin!

How to Fix No Internet Secured WiFi Error in Windows

Update your drivers

If you guys are having this problem repeatedly on your screen, then it could be a driver problem. Thus, we will start by updating the driver of your network adapter. You have to browse the network adapter manufacturer’s website to download the latest driver. Then just transfer it to your own device and install the latest driver. Now you can also try to connect your internet, and hopefully, you guys will not see the “No internet, secured” WiFi error.’

If you guys are still facing the above error then you have to update network adapter drivers manually:

  • Tap on Windows key + R and type devmgmt.msc and click on Enter to open device manager.
  • Then expand Network adapters, then right-tap on your Wi-Fi controller(for example Broadcom or Intel) and choose Update Drivers.
  • Now on the Update Driver Software window, and choose “Browse my computer for driver software.
  • Now just choose “Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer.
  • You just try to update drivers from the listed versions. 
  • Now reboot your PC to apply changes.

Run the troubleshooter

  • Tap on Windows Key + I in order to open the Settings app.
  • Head to the Update & Security section.
  • Choose Troubleshoot from the menu on the left and in the right pane choose Internet Connections.
  • Now select Run the troubleshooter.

When the troubleshooter is finished, check if the problem is still there. If the issue is present, then try running the Network Adapter troubleshooter and also check if that solves your issue. Windows 10 comes along with a variety of troubleshooters that can fix common problems on your PC. And if you’re having problems along with No Internet, secured message, then a network troubleshooter might be able to fix your problem.

Reset your connection | No Internet Secured

  • Click on the Wi-Fi network in question in the system tray and hit Forget. Also, unplug any plugged Ethernet cable.
  • After completely disconnecting your device from that access point, turn on Airplane mode.
  • Restart your device and then switch off the Airplane mode.
  • Now connect to the Wi-Fi network in the system tray again. Now, wait for a few minutes before your connection goes back to normal.

Another fix for the issue at hand is just resetting your internet connection.

Check All Hardware related to the Network

Well, it is good first to check all network-related hardware of your device to make sure. That there is no hardware problem to move further and implement settings and also software-related solutions.

  • You have to check network connections and ensure all cords are properly connected.
  • Make sure that the Wi-Fi router is working properly and also showing a good signal.
  • You have to make sure that the wireless button is “ON” on your device.

Trn off WiFi Sharing | No Internet Secured

If you are guys using Windows 10 operating system and it is recently updated and showing a “No internet, secured” WiFi error Then it could be a router program that is conflicting with the wireless driver. It means if you disable the WiFi sharing, then it can fix this issue on your system.

  • Hit Windows + R and type ncpa.cpl and press Enter
  • Right-tap on the wireless adapter properties and choose Properties.
  • Now scroll down and uncheck “Microsoft network adapter multiplexor protocol”. Also, make sure to uncheck any other item related to WiFi sharing as well.
  • Then you can try again to connect your internet or Wifi router. If the problem persists, then you can try another method.

Modify the TCP/IPv4 Properties

  • Tap on Windows + R and type ncpa.cpl and hit Enter
  • Then right-click on the wireless adapter properties and choose Properties.
  • Now double-tap on the Internet Protocol 4 (TCP/IPv4).
  • Make sure the following radio buttons are selected as well:

Obtain an IP address automatically
Obtain DNS server address automatically.

No Internet Secured

  • Now you have to click the Advanced button and then navigate to the WINS tab.
  • Under the option of NetBIOS setting, you guys have to Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP.
  • Lastly, Click OK on all the open boxes in order to save changes.

Reinstall Network Adapter

  • Tap on Windows Key + R then type devmgmt.msc and click Enter to open Device Manager.
  • Just expand Network Adapters and find your network adapter name.
  • Also, make sure you note down the adapter name just in case something goes wrong.
  • Right-tap on your network adapter and choose Uninstall.
  • Restart your PC and Windows will now automatically install the default drivers for the Network adapter.
  • If you guys cannot connect to your network, then it means the driver software isn’t automatically installed.
  • Now you have to visit your manufacturer’s website and download the driver from there.
  • Just install the driver and reboot your PC to save changes.

Change the Power Management Properties

In order to Fix the ‘No internet, secured’ WiFi error, you can also try changing power management properties as well. It would also help if you unchecked the box of “turn off wireless network device and save power”.

  • Just open Device Manager. Tap on Windows + R and type devmgmt.msc then hit Enter as well as press Win + X and select Device Manager option from the list.
  • Now expand the Network adapters entry.
  • Double-tap on the wireless network device you have connected.
  • Now navigate to the Power Management section.
  • You have to uncheck  “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power“.


Well, That is all from my side. If you want to know more about this article or have any queries. Then feel free to ask me anything in the comments section below.

Have a Good Day!

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