While surfing Web you may experience No Internet Secured error under the WiFi connection. No Internet, Secured represents that connection is secured but there is no internet connectivity. When you’re connected with the secured network with no connectivity, then you might have this error.
Secured Network is the network that has WPA2 PSK enabled, which means the network is password protected. Somewhat, It may be a WiFi connection problem otherwise DNS problem or Driver problem. You can easily troubleshoot the problem and fix the following connection error.
No Internet Secured: Fix Step-By-Step
Before you proceed, You should check the internet connection with the same network on another device. If you get any error with Network Device, you should diagnose your network device. Vice-versa, If you don’t get any error then it is obvious, the problem is in the Windows system.
The first thing, You should update the Wifi Driver. If the driver is outdated or not compatible with hardware, then you may experience these kinds of errors.
To update the latest driver, Go to the Device Manager and expand Network Adapter, find the WiFi driver, and click update driver software. Windows will search online for the latest driver, but sometimes Windows doesn’t find it.
If you’re using pirated Windows version, then forget this because Microsoft doesn’t provide any support on pirated systems. You can easily download free Windows 10 from the Microsoft website, Therefore you should not use any pirated version.
After this, If you’re still having the same problem, then you may go through these steps below.
Step 1: Change WiFi Configuration
1. Open the Control Panel and navigate the following Network and Internet>Network and Sharing Center>Change Adapter Settings. This open Network Connections Window, Select your WiFi Device and right-click to open properties.
2. In the WiFi properties, Check the following items and then OK.
- Client for Microsoft Network
- File and printer sharing for Microsoft network
- Link layer topology discovery Mapper I/O Driver
- Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
- Internet Protocol version 6 (TCP/IPV6)
- Link Layer Topology Discovery Responder
3. Now restart your router and then reconfigure the following network on your PC.
Step 2: Reinstall Network Driver
1. Open Device Manager, In the device manager, expand the list of Network adapters, then select the WiFi driver and right-click, then click Update Driver Software.
2. Select “Search automatically for updated driver software” and proceed, Windows will search online for the latest driver.
3. Once you’ve done this, Go to the following Network and Internet>Network and Sharing Center>Change Adapter Settings Settings, this will open Network Connections Window. Right-click the WiFi adapter and open properties.
4. In the Wi-Fi Properties, uncheck the Internet Protocol version 6 (TCP/IPv6), then click OK and Restart your computer.
5. Once PC is started, you can check the “No internet secured” error, If the error still remains. Open the Device Manager and uninstall WiFi Driver, don’t delete the WiFi driver. If you delete the WiFi driver, Windows will not be able to Reinstall the driver again.
6. Next, Go to the Action menu in Device Manager and then Scan For Hardware change and wait until the driver is being installed.
Now restart your computer and reconfigure your network connection.
If you connect the internet through Ethernet cable on your PC, then you should perform the following steps on Ethernet properties instead of WiFi properties.