Basic steps to check your network connection problem in windows10



If you are unable to connect to the internet or having any trouble getting connected to the internet in windows 10, first you try the following basic steps to trouble shoot the issue. 


Step-1 – Check the physical connections

 

First start checking from the incoming physical line connection provided  by your service provider. Check both the wires are properly connected. The wire coming from the wall is not broken and properly plugged in the splitter.  Wires/cables  from splitter to modem and modem to computer are not broken/damaged and plugged in properly. If everything is Ok then proceed to the next step.
check your network connection problem
Check your network connection problem
 

Step-2 - How to Use the windows Network troubleshooter


Windows 10 has inbuilt arrangements to troubleshoot problems like this so please Let Windows try to help you fix the problem. If you are having a Broad Band non Wi-Fi  connection please follow the following simple steps –

1.      Click  the Start button,
2.      Click Settings
3.      Click  Network & Internet
4.      Network Status will be displayed
5.      Scroll down to find Change your network settings  
6.      Find Network troubleshooter


 
Step-3 - How to Use the windows Network troubleshooter for Wi-Fi

Make sure Wi‑Fi is on and your modem is properly configured. To know more about Wi-Fi configuration click here

1.   Click the Start button,
2.   Click  Settings
3.   Go to Network & Internet  
4.   Click Show available networks, If a Wi-Fi network as you expected appears in the list, select it  and Connect.
5.   Make sure the physical Wi‑Fi switch on your laptop is turned on. (An indicator light usually glows when it's on.) 



Step-4 – Check Airplane mode of your Wi-Fi

Please Check the settings of your Airplane mode because if the Airplane mode is turned on it may be a cause of not working your Wi-fi network. To Check the settings of your Airplane mode -  
1.   Click the Start button,
2.   Then select Settings
3.   Go to Network & Internet
4.   Go to Airplane mode
5.   Turn off airplane mode if it's on.

 

 

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