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My Windows 10 PC has an Unidentified Network Error

 

Windows 10 Computers sometimes lose all their network settings and can no longer connect to the Internet. follow these simple steps to reset the network connection on your PC

Windows 10 Computers can sometimes lose their network settings and can no longer connect to the Internet.  We noticed that this happened to a number of our customers at the same time after a recent Windows Update and decided to give you a step-by-step guide on how to fix the problem yourself:

Step 1: Restart your PC

Click Start Button -> Power -> Restart

If your Internet connection is still not working Proceed to Step 2

Step 2: Reset your Network connection

Open the search box by pressing (Window Key+S), or just click the Start Button and start typing:  Type in 'cmd' and press ENTER.  This should open the Command Prompt

At the command prompt type in the following sequence of commands:

ipconfig /release all [press enter]
ipconfig /renew all   [press enter]
ipconfig /flushdns    [press enter]

That's it!  Your PC should be connected to your Internet Router and be able to browse again.

If that did not fix your problem you might want to go back to our Quick Troubleshooting Guide and start from the very beginning.

More advanced users can also review this more comprehensive guide from Microsoft on diagnosing and fixing Windows 10 Network Problems.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 
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