I recently encountered a problem with my month old laptop running Windows 10. Just out of the blue, the WiFi stopped working, saying I had limited/no internet connectivity.
After blaming MTNL for a few hours, I realised that my wifi was working pretty well on my cell phone. It was then that I decided, my laptop’s WiFi driver was at fault. After researching and finding many ways to solve this issue, I stumbled upon what can be considered to be the easiest way to solve the “Windows No Internet Connection Issue”
If you are facing the same issue as the above image describes, (please check your WiFi router before you start blaming your laptop) all you need to do is follow the steps below:
- Open Command Prompt
By Right Clicking the Windows Icon in the bottom left of your screen & then clicking on Command Prompt (Admin)
- Click on Yes in the screen that follows.
- In the Command Line window, type the following one-by-one
netsh int tcp set heuristics disabled
netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
netsh int tcp set global rss=enabled
- Now Restart your PC
Your WiFi connectivity issue should now be resolved.