The internet is perfect, but what about when the internet doesn’t actually work? In most cases, troubleshooting should help fix any unidentified network errors or no internet access in windows 10.
This step by step guide is made to help you fix your unidentified network no internet errors as soon as possible. Follow the instruction given below carefully and make sure that you don’t leave any steps in between.
Follow these steps if you are using a Wired Connection:
- Make sure that the Ethernet cable is connected to your PC correctly and check if the same Ethernet cable is connected to your router or modem. Make sure that there is no damage to the cord.
- Ensure that all cables are secure in your router. Sometimes, a loose cable makes you lose internet access. Make sure the cable for your modem or router is connected securely to the port on your wall. If you are using a wireless access point, powerline adapter, or other networking equipment, make sure the connections are working correctly.
Once you are done with the above steps, check again if the ethernet unidentified network issue is resolved.
If you are using a Wireless Connection, follow these steps:
- Check if the Wi-Fi light is turned on (router). To reconnect to your network, click the arrow on the taskbar, and select the networking option.
- If available, re-enter your Wi-Fi password correctly.
After following the above steps, try to revisit Google from your browser. Now, your unidentified network no internet access errors or issues will be resolved. If still not, then try to reach out to your ISP provider.
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