Six Ways to Fix No Internet Secured Error on Windows11

Feb. 20, 2023 / Updated by Renata to Windows 11

The company user's computer reports an error ‘No Internet, secured’ from time to time when it is connected to the network (it happens randomly among all computers on office).

What Does ‘No Internet, secured’ Mean?

The No Internet, Secured is indicated that the Wi-Fi router is fine and adequately Secured, but no data can receive. Which means the Windows 11’s internet connection is down.

There are many reasons can trigger No Internet, Secured error happen, like outdated/corrupted drivers, malfunction internet setting, computer virus, power issue, WiFi sharing software, DNS unstable, third-part software ban the internet.

Solution1. Update network driver

Solution2. Run Troubleshooter

Solution3. Change adapter settings

Solution4. Change power management properties

Solution5. Disable WiFi sharing software

Solution6. Uninstall Software

Solution1. Update network driver

To connect with internet, a computer should connect with a network router. By passing information to the Wide Area Network (WAN), a computer can get in touch with the internet. Therefore, if something wrong with the internet, it may be the network device malfunction.

Maybe due to the old driver, the corresponding driver is not automatically updated when the system is updated.

Therefore, the original driver cannot match the updated system and hardware devices. This makes some external devices unusable. At this time, you can try to update the driver to reconnect the computer and hardware.

Many computer problems are difficult to tackle. When users are having troubles to fix corrupted repositories or missing Windows files, their computer operating systems may be already broken.

It is highly recommended to download a driver updater----Driver Talent which is free for scanning computers and providing updated driver.

The software set updates, uninstalls, backups, and restores drivers all in one.


Open Driver Talent, and click on the inverted triangle you can download a former driver version:

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Uninstall network adapter

Residual old version data will affect the use of updated drivers. So you need to uninstall all the data and files of the network card driver, and then reinstall. If updating network driver failed to fix the no internet issue, you can uninstall driver and the reinstall.

Restore driver

To use Driver Talent, the device driver can be restore. Moreover, with the restore function, if there is any problem with the driver file in the future, the driver of the same version can be reinstalled immediately.

Solution2. Run Troubleshooter

Run the network adapter troubleshooter and check if it helps. Usually, this built-in troubleshooting diagnostic allows you to detect problems your network is experiencing.

To troubleshoot the network troubleshooter on Windows 11, you can run the internet troubleshooter as the following steps:

1. Press WIN+I together and open Settings

2. On the right panel, scroll down and choose Troubleshoot

3. Select other Troubleshooters

4. Find out Internet Connections

5. Click Run and Select the "Troubleshoot my connection to the internet" option.

6. Select the "Try these repairs as an administrator" option (if applicable).

7. Continue with the on-screen directions (if applicable).

8. Once you complete the steps, the troubleshooter will scan and resolve any connectivity problem.

Solution3. Change adapter settings

If running troubleshooter failed to fix the no internet error, you can try to change the adapter settings. To change adapter settings on Windows 11, you can follow the below steps as given:

1. Press WIN+I together and open Settings

2. On the searching column, press Manage advanced sharing settings

3. When open the Manage advanced sharing settings, click Properties of the Network Adapter

4. Try to find the adapter currently in use

5. You should see it as Wireless Adapter. Now, see if Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) is listed under the displayed options, click it to turn it on and uncheck it to disable IPv6.

Solution4. Change power management properties

Sometimes the Power Settings will cause the network adapter to go to sleep when it is not used for an extended period of time. To ensure that Power Management does not interfere with the network, follow these steps:

1. Press WIN+I together and open Settings

2. On the searching column, press Edit Power Plan and search

3. Select Change advanced power settings

4. Select Wireless Adapter Settings and change to On battery mode and Plugged in

5. Select Maximum Performance from the available options

Solution5. Disable WiFi sharing software

Windows offers a Mobile hotspot feature that allows you to share the wifi network to which it is already connected. It comes in handy when you don’t have the wifi network password. However, it is also known to interfere with the internet.

It is recommended to Go to Network & Internet > Mobile hotspot, and then turn off the hotspot.

Solution6. Uninstall Software

Internet security software can also cause problems with WIFI if the rules are strict. The best way to check is to remove or temporarily disable it and then check if you can connect to the WIFI network. If yes, then you need to configure security settings, so no interference.

To uninstall software, follow these steps:

1. Type WIN+S together and input Control to search for the control panel

2. On the control panel, search for Programs and Features

3. Choose to uninstall a Program

4. In the Progress and Features window, right-click on any third-party antivirus program that the computer has installed. And then select uninstall.


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