How to Fix “No internet secured” Connection Error in Windows 10

Wireless working issues on your computer are very annoying and frustrating while you are supposed to do some important work. At that time you get this error on your taskbar that “No internet, secured” and you can’t open any webpage from your computer.

This wireless issue often occurs several times due to several networking problems on your computer. Most commonly this “No internet secured” message occurs due to a change in network configuration. 

There is not a fixed solution for this “No internet secured” connection error. You have to try several possible ways to fix it. We have listed down all the possible ways to fix this “No internet, secured” error on your computer.

What do you mean by “No Internet Secured” Connection Error 

You are connected to WiFi or an Ethernet/LAN connection but you can’t browse any kind of website. If you have noticed on the taskbar menu, you’ll find a message showing “No Internet, Secured” on the Wifi Signal. 

— Confused ??

This error means your computer is not connected to any kind of network. That’s why you can’t open any website. 

Nowadays most Windows Surface Laptop users are facing this kind of “No Internet Secured” connection error.

– – Don’t worry, We are here to solve your issue…

Ways to Fix “No Internet Secured” Connection Error in Windows 10

You get this “No internet secured” message due to several causes like:

  • The Internet provider has stopped your service.
  • Some problem occurs on the router.
  • Loose connection with the Ethernet Port.
  • Overdue of your previous internet bill.

Even after, you have got this “No Internet Secured” Error. Follow those steps and that will fix this networking error.

Check network features are enabled or not

If you are getting a “No Internet Secured” Error, make sure your network features are enabled. Follow the steps for enabling network features on your device.

  • Go to the Network icon on your system tray and click on it.
  • Select any network name from the list.
  • Go to the Change Adapter option and right-click on the network.
  • Click on the properties menu.

On the properties section make sure the following things are enabled:

Network features are enable or not
  • Client for Microsoft Networks
  • Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder
  • Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O Driver
  • File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks
  • Reliable Multicast Protocol
  • Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)
  • Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)

Make sure everything is checked properly and hit on the Save and Next button. Now you can access your internet.

Turn off VPN

VPNs are usually known as Virtual Private Networks. VPNs are used for surfing the web privately. Sometimes, VPNs are blocked by the internet firewall. There are several securities implemented on the VPN client side. 

After turning off VPN, you may access your other browser, and the “No internet, secured” connection error will be fixed.

If you don’t get any satisfactory result even after turning off VPN, you may follow the next alternative wars to fix the “No internet secured” error.

Change the properties of wifi/internet connectivity

Make sure you have checked the right wifi/internet connectivity settings. Follow these steps to check the properties of WiFi/internet connectivity

  • Hold the Windows Key and press R or you can search for RUN and type “ncpa.cpl” and hit Enter Key.
  • New “Network Connection” window will open.
  • Right-click on the Selected Network.
  • Click on the properties menu.

On the properties section make sure the following things are enabled:

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

Once you have checked the following items are checked, You may

  • Restart your computer.
  • Replug your Ethernet cable or WiFi adapter.
  • Restart the WiFi adapter.
  • Enable and disable Airplane Mode.

Disable IPV6 to fix WiFi connectivity Error

Now, IPV6 is an advanced version of Internet Protocol replacing the IPV4. Most software is using this IPV6 protocol. If your IPV6 protocol is OFF, you may face this connectivity issue. 

To turning On the IPV6 Protocol, follow the previous step completely. And in the properties section, tick the Internet protocol Version 6 and hit the Save button.

After getting confirmation from the window, restart your system. And you’ll see that your computer is connected to the internet without getting any connectivity error.

 

Reset network configuration

Reset Network configuration is another way to fix the “No internet secured” error. To reset network configuration use the following steps:

  • Type cmd in Window search, click on command prompt and run as administrator to start the command prompt.
  • On the command prompt, enter the following lines of code:
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset
ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew
ipconfig /flushdns

After running this command prompt, your network connection will be reset. 

Update the networking driver

No Internet Secured” connection error occurs due to not upgrading the networking driver. Sometimes a faulty network drive can cause this “No internet secured” error. To avoid this error follow these steps below :

Update driver "no internet secured" connection error
  • Right-click on the Start Menu and go to the Device Manager > Network Adapters.
  • Select your network device and right-click on it.
  • Here you will find the Update Driver option. And hit on the Update driver.

Remember that, after updating all the drivers, Restart your device and Windows will automatically connect with the network. 

If Windows does not connect with the internet automatically, Disable the driver and re-enable that again. 

Reset Windows 10 IP configuration

If you are not able to connect with the Internet, you can try to reset Windows 10 IP Configuration. 

There are few lines of commands that need to be executed through Windows Powershell. Right-click on the Start Menu > Windows Powershell. And, Run Powershell as an Administrator execute those following lines of code:

ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew

These lines of code reset your DNS connected with your router’s IP address. Most of the time “No internet secured” connection error problem has been resolved.

Check TCP/IP settings

If you have updated your Windows recently, and you’re unable to access the internet, you can try to change your TCP/IP settings on your PC.

Change in TCP/IP setting - techvaio

Follow these steps for changing TCP/IP settings:

  • Hold the Windows Key and press R or you can search for RUN and type “ncpa.cpl” and hit Enter Key.
  • New “Network Connection” window will open.
  • Right-click on the Selected Network.
  • Click on the properties menu.
  • Click on the Internet Protocol 4 or TCP/IP.
  • In the General tab select the option “Obtain an IP address automatically”.
  • Now go to the Advance section and next to the WINS tab.
  • At the bottom, under the NetBios Setting, Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP
  • Click on the Save button.

Now your TCP/IP settings have changed. Restart your computer and it will automatically connect with your WiFi.

Check antivirus

Sometimes, antivirus on your device can block your internet connection due to security reasons. Antivirus blocks the network when it detects some unusual activity happens with the internet. 

So check your antivirus setting, and you’ll find some way to fix this network connection error. 

You may try to uninstall your antivirus to fix this error. You have noticed that your computer is running fine after uninstalling that antivirus. Now’s the time to change your antivirus. We’d recommend staying with a Windows default security shield that is far better than other third-party antivirus providers.

Disable/uninstall unnecessary applications

If all the above steps do not help you, you have to check your installed application. Either there are some malicious files in the application or there are bugs in the application. 

You have to disable all the suspicious applications or that application which you have installed recently. You may try this thing to get out this “No internet secured” connection error.

Final words on “No Internet Secured” Connection Error

“No internet secured” is the common error that occurs on Windows 10 several times. But these solutions can help you to fix this connection error. 

Now, you have resolved your issue and got a connection for your computer. If you don’t get connected, you can restart your router. Confirm from your internet provider if there are any kind of issues at their end.

If you have fixed your computer using our guide, please let us know about your experience in the comment section.


Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

  1. Why am I getting a “No Internet secured” error?

    “No Internet secured” is a common error on Windows 10. There are several causes to occurring this problem like internet connectivity issues, change in windows 10 Ip configuration, and many more.

  2. What do you mean by “No Internet secured”?

    “No internet secured” means your device is not connected to the internet. And you can’t browse on the browser. This connection error occurs due to the internet connectivity error. Check your ethernet connection or WiFi adapter or restart your computer once.

  3. How to fix the “No Internet Secured” connection error?

    “No internet secured” is a common error for windows 10. You can fix this error by following these steps:
    Check Network features are enabled.
    Check VPN settings.
    Reset network configuration.
    Update network driver.
    Check antivirus settings.
    Disable/uninstall unwanted applications.

  4. How to fix the wifi connectivity issue?

    Most of the time WiFi is not connected due to the latest update on the driver or there is a problem with the Wifi adapter which can cause a connectivity issue.

  5. How to fix “My WiFi is connected but no internet access”?

    Restart your router and computer. Re-insert ethernet adapter or WiFi adapter to fix this issue.

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