Internet issues have become common nowadays, and due to slight modifications in the PC/Laptop settings or improper functioning we face such internet issues. However most people find this issue even when everything seems to look normal and functioning, but the internet doesn’t work, and sometimes this issue gets solved in no time, due to re-configuration of IP address.

How To Fix The No Internet Secured Error 

Most of the Windows 10 users face this issue like ‘No Internet, Secured’ this might be due to various reasons, to help you solve this issue we have some solutions listed below.

Solution 1: Change WiFi Network Adapter Properties

Firstly, try out this simple method, as a simple Network and Internet troubleshoot can make it back online, so if you find your internet is connected and not working follow this:

Step 1: Right-click on the WiFi icon on the bottom corner of the screen

Step 2: Click on “Troubleshoot” and hopefully, the issue might get solved.


Step 1: Firstly you have to open the “Run” by typing Run in the search bar or just press “Windows + R”, and run will open.

Step 2: Now type “ncpa. cpl” and click “OK”.

Step 3: Choose your internet connection, right-click on it and select “Properties”.

Step 4: Now look for the section called “WiFi Properties”, and check whether the following options are checked,

  • Client for Microsoft Networks
  • File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks
  • 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

Make sure all these options are checked, if not checkmark them all and give “OK”.

Solution 2: Reset Your Connection 

Most of the time due to long time usage of the internet without any break (not switching off the router for a long-time) might also cause some issues, so to get the connection back online follow these steps:

No Internet Secured

Step 1: Click on the WiFi icon on the bottom right corner of the screen, and click “Forget” on your WiFi network connection.

Step 2: Now activate the “Airplane Mode”, to freshly re-establish the connection to the Laptop/PC.

Step 3: Disconnect the wires of the internet connection that are connected to the Laptop/PC, if it’s connected through WiFi then no worries.

Step 4: Now Turn Off the Router and unplug the connection from the socket for a while and then plug it back in and turn it On.

Step 5: After the Router is booted and ready, Turn Off the Airplane Mode on Laptop/PC.

Step 6: Now click on the WiFi icon and select your internet connection.

After doing as directed above, this issue might get solved and your internet must be working well, if not don’t worry there are many solutions given below, try them too.

Solution 3: Update Your Network Adapter’s Driver Software

Just like the apps in your mobile wont work if not updated the smaes goes here too. So to make sure the drivers are updated follow the steps,

Step 1: Firstly open “Run”, through Win+R or Type “Run” in search bar.

Step 2: Simply type “Device manager” or “devmgmt.msc” in Run search bar and give enter.

Step 3: Now look for Network Adapters in the device manager.

Step 4: Go to Network Adapters section and select your currently using network adapter.

Step 5: Right-click on your network adapter and choose “Update Driver”.

Step 6: A window will open now select “Search automatically for updated driver software”.

If any updates are found then it will take some time for updating, however, if it still doesn’t work then make sure that you have the latest one because sometimes if you have the older version then by performing the above steps also you won’t get the expected results hence, always keep your software, drivers updated. So always check for the updates on the Windows 10 official website and keep your system and drivers updated.

Solution 4: Change Your Network’s IP Cofiguration

If the issue is caused by the invalid IP Adress then it can be solved easily by following this steps,

Step 1: At the button right of the screen, right-click on Network icon.

Step 2: Now click on “Open Network and Internet settings”.

Step 3: Look for “Change Adapter settings” at the button or left side. 

Step 4: Right-click on your network and click on Properties.

Step 5: To disable the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) uncheck the checkbox, and give OK.

Step 6: Close the windows opened and restart your computer, now check if the connection was re-established again.

Solution 5: Uninstall and Re-install Your Computer’s Network Adapter

Follow the steps to uninstall and re-install the network adapters to get your internet connection back to working

Step 1: Search “Device Manager” in the Window’s search bar.

Step 2: To open the options in Network Adapter double-click on it.

Step 3: Check for your network adapter and then right-click on it and select Uninstall.

Step 4: Now enable the “Delete the driver software for this device” option by checking the checkbox and click OK.

Step 5: Wait for the driver to get uninstalled as this may take some time.

Step 6: After the network adapter has been uninstalled, now click Action and select Scan for hardware changes, as the Windows will now check for the missing Network adapter and re-install it again.

Step 7: Now wait for the installation process to happen and once it’s done no close all the windows and Restart your PC/Laptop.

After it’s booted up check whether the connection has been restored and is working.


So these were some of the simple solutions for the ‘No Internet, Secured’ problem. You will get the desired result but make sure you follow the steps with utter precision and also check whether your router is working fine once again to just make sure.