No Internet Secured Error message is not what you will like to see, especially when you have a very important work to do on your system. If you’ve ever encountered that problem then you will understand better. You have connected your computer to the internet through a WiFi router, yet you are unable to open any webpage. When you click the internet icon on the tray, you will notice a yellow triangle that is very small, when you click on the triangle, the “no Internet secured” message will pop up.
Most times this issue starts when you update Windows 10 to the latest version. In fact, a lot of problems erupt once you update Windows 10, but this article is focusing more on the “no internet secured” error and how to solve it.
Also, this error starts when you reconfigure or change a setting on your computer. Remember when you update your Operating system, a lot of settings change, you never can tell what has changed and it’s affecting your internet connection, probably your IP address or something else.
Let’s take a look at how to solve this No Internet Secured problem on your Windows 10
How To Fix No Internet Secured Error
Method 1: Fix Your WiFi Connection
Your wifi connection settings suppose to be in order for it to work well. To confirm if everything is exactly the way it ought to be, follow the steps below:
Step 1. Scroll to the taskbar and click on the Wifi connection icon.
Step 2. Click on Network & Internet Settings
Step 3. You will notice a new window will emerge, now on the new window, click on Change adapter options.
Step 4. By the left side, you will see a list of connections, right-click on the affected connection and then click Properties.
Step 5. Ensure that the following options in the Properties window are checked
- Client for Microsoft Networks
- File and Printer Sharing
- Internet Protocol Version 4
- Internet Protocol Version 6
- Link-layer Topology Discovery Responder
Step 6. When you are done checking the required boxes, click Ok and then restart your computer
Method 2: Update Your Network Adapter Driver
An outdated Network Adapter Driver can cause network connectivity problems. Most especially when you upgrade your Windows version, the network adapter driver might not be compatible with the latest version of Window you have, so you will need to update it. Follow the steps below to update your network adapter driver.
Step 1. To open the Device Manager Window, press the Windows key + R altogether, and then type “devmgmt.msc” into the dialogue box and hit Enter.
Step 2. Inside the new Window, double-click on the different network adapters to get a wider view of it.
Step 3. Right-click on the particular network adapter that your computer is currently using, and then select update driver software.
Step 4. Inside the “update driver” dialog box, you will see an option to search automatically, click on it, and Windows will automatically start searching for the updated version of the network adapter driver software.
Step 5. Scroll to your system tray, and right-click on the network icon and select “open network and sharing center”
Step 6. On the left-hand side of the menu, click on “change adapter settings”
Step 7. Right-click on your wifi and select “properties”
Step 8. On the list, locate the Internet protocol version 6 (TCP/IPv6) and uncheck it, and then click Ok
Step 9. Exit the Window, and restart your computer.
Now check if the problem has been resolved. But if for any reason the problem persists, then you have to Uninstall the Network adapter and install another one.
Method 3: Deactivate WiFi sharing software
When the router driver and the wireless driver in Windows 10 have a conflict, this can cause the “no internet secured” problem. Follow the steps below to fix it:
Step 1. To open the network adapter, first, lunch the run by pressing the Windows key + R
Step 2. Enter ncpa.cpl inside the box revealed and click Ok
Step 3. Right-click the wireless adapter and select “Properties”
Step 4. Go through the list and uncheck everything that has to do with Wifi sharing
Now check if the problem has been fixed
Method 4: Edit the TCP/IPv Properties
If you are making use of if you’re using Windows 10 creators’ update or Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, then you can edit the TCP/IPv properties to fix this error.
Step 1. Repeat the same process for method 3 here. Just step 1 to 3.
Step 2. Open the Internet Protocol 4 (TCP/IPv4) by double-clicking on it
Step 3. Select the options to Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically.
Step 4. Scroll down and hit the Advanced button
Step 5. Scroll the tab labeled WINS
Step 6. navigate to the NetBIOS setting and select Enable NetBIOS as an alternative to TCP/IP
Step 7. Press Ok
Step 8. Go To the Internet Protocol 4 (TCP/IPv4) box and click OK, and also go to network adapter box and click oK too.
After a while, reopen the network adapter. With the IPv4 connectivity on internet state, the problem has been solved.
Method 5: Check That All The Hardware Used For Networking Are Functioning
The cause might not even be something serious. It could just be that particular hardware is not where its suppose to be, or that it’s off. So you can just do a random check.
1. Check that the network card is properly inserted into the port.
2. Check that the wireless button is turned On
3. Check that the WiFi router is functioning well
In conclusion, we are certain that any of the above fixes will get your problem fixed. You can start with method 5 because it might just be a minor issue. But if that doesn’t work, then you can try other methods. Good luck