The creator update of windows 10 include many issues, one of which is Network Problem. After installing the creator update, you might face the problem of network stating that “you are unable to connect to internet”. In this tutorial, we will guide you how to fix this problem. Just follow this article and you are good to go.
Methods To Fix Windows 10 Creator Update Network Problem
Follow the below steps carefully:
Step 1: Disable or Uninstall Antivirus Program
If you are facing such network problem, then first step you should do is to uninstall or disable the antivirus program. As the antivirus is a third party program that interfere with windows communication. Therefore, simply uninstall or disable the program. This action might solve the issue for you.
If you are still facing the network, then proceed to next method.
Step 2: Fixing The Network Problem Using Command Prompt
1. Simultaneously press windows + X key to open the menu and then right click on the “windows PowerShell (Admin)”.
2. In Powershell windows, type the following commands one by one and press enter after each to execute:
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log
netsh int ip reset
3. After executing all the commands successfully, close the windows powershell.
4. At last, restart your computer and check the internet connection is fixed or not.
Step 3: How To Disable And Then Enable Network Connection
1. Click on the windows icon and type “Open Network and Sharing Center”.
2. Then locate the option “Change adapter settings” and click on it.
3. After that, locate your computer active network, simply right click on it and then choose the “disable” option.
4. When your network connection gets disabled, then again right click on it and choose “enable” option.
5. At last, restart your computer and then check the problem is solved or not.
Step 4: How To Disable and Then Enable Computer Network Adapter
1. Simultaneously press windows+R key and to open run dialogue box and then type “devmgmt” and press enter to open device manager.
2. In device manager, simply double click on “Network Adapters” to expand it.
3. After that, all you need is to locate your computer active networks under the network adapter section and then right click on it and choose “disable” option.
4. You will be asked to confirm your action, simply click on “Yes”.
5. When the network adapter gets disabled, then right click on it again and choose the “enable” option.
6. At last, restart your computer and after your computer boots up again, then check the problem is fixed or not.
Step 5: How To Update Your Network Adapter Drivers
1. Open the Device manager and locate the “network adapter” option. Click on it to expand it.
2. Then locate the computer active network under the section “network adapter”, then simply right click on it and choose “update driver software”.
3. After that, click on “search automatically for updated driver software”, wait for the process to complete.
4. If windows find the latest version, then it will update the drivers for you.
5. At last, restart your computer and check the internet connection is working or not.
Step 6: How To Uninstall and Then Reinstall Network Adapter
1. Open the Device manager and then locate the option “Network Adapters”. Simply click on it to expand it.
2. Then locate your active computer network, right click on it and select the “uninstall” option.
3. A new pop-up window will open, here you need to check the option “Delete the driver software for this device” and then click on “Ok”.
4. Wait for the Uninstall process to complete and then simply follow the path Action->Scan for hardware changes. By doing this, windows will automatically detect and reinstall the missing drivers.
5. Wait for the process to complete and then restart your computer.
6. At last, check the problem is solved or not.
Step 7: How To Run The Windows Built-in Troubleshooter
1. Open the windows settings and then click on “Network & Internet” option.
2. Then, proceed to “status” option located in the left pane.
3. If you are facing the network problem, then click on the Troubleshoot button located under the “No Internet Access”.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions and then proceed to run the windows network diagnostic troubleshooter.
5. Wait for the troubleshoot process to complete and if found any error, then fix it.
Step 8: How To Use Windows 10 Network Reset Feature
1. Open the settings and then click on “network and Internet” option.
1. Then click on “status” option.
2. In status window, you will see the Network Reset option. Just click on it.
3. You will be asked about your action, click on “reset now” and then click on “Ok” button.
4. by doing this, it will reset all the settings to default and will restart your computer.
5. Wait for the process to complete and when your computer boots up again, then check the internet connection is working or not.
Step 9: How To Roll Back To Previous Version of windows 10
1. If the above methods does’not work for you, then simply go back to previous version of windows.
2. Simply hold the “Shift” key and click on the windows icon and then click on the power icon and then select “Restart”.
3. Then the system will boot into “Advanced Mode”, all you need is to choose “Troubleshoot” and then “Advanced option”.
4. In Advanced option, you will see option “Go back to previous build”.
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