(FIXED) “No Internet, secured” Network Error on Windows 10

When you connect to a wireless network, you connect to an established network through your router. The network will exist regardless of whether there is an active internet connection or not. This means that the connection to a WiFi network is not enough; the network must also have an internet connection.

An internet connection is established through a network but may be blocked by your own system settings. It may not even provide any connection.

Fix No internet, secure network error

The message “Internet-free, secure” appears under a network to which your system is connected. The message basically means that your system has been connected to a network but the network does not have an internet connection. This could be a problem with your own network, service provider, or system.

Internet is not secure

PC Without Internet Access: run these basic network scans

Before you start fixing the problem on your system, check if the problem is with your router or service provider.

  • Connect a different device eg phone to the same network and check if you can access the internet.
  • Restart the router and then try to connect to the network.
  • Restart your system and check that the message is off.
  • Try to get to a website to see if you have a real internet connection.

If you can connect to the Internet from other devices but not from your Windows 10 system, try the solutions below.

1. Run a network problem

The first thing you should do is set up the “No internet, secure” message to run the network problem. This is a stock tool on Windows 10 that can fix basic network problems.

  1. Open the Options app (Keyboard shortcut Win + I).
  2. go to Update & Security.
  3. Select the Troubled tab.
  4. Click Additional troublemakers.
  5. Run the Internet Connection Solver.
  6. Enter all configurations that he praises.
  7. Restart your system.

2. Forget and reconnect to the network

When you connect to a WiFi network, Windows 10 automatically configures it for you. If there is a problem with the configuration you may not have internet access.

  1. Open the Options app (Keyboard shortcut Win + I).
  2. go to Network & Internet.
  3. Select the WiFi tab.
  4. Click Manage known networks.
  5. Select your network and click Forget it.
  6. Click on the WiFi image in system tray.
  7. Select the network from the available networks.
  8. Enter the password for it and click Connect.

3. Disable IPv6

IPv6 has been around for a while now but not many networks and many network chips support it. Windows 10 may have been enabled automatically when setting up the network. Follow these steps to disable it.

  1. Open Control Panel.
  2. go to Network and internet.
  3. Click Network and sharing center.
  4. Click on your network.
  5. Click real estate under Action.
  6. In the window that opens, disable IPv6.
  7. Restart the system for good measure.

4. Reset the network adapter

By resetting a network adapter ie, the hardware part used to connect to a wireless network can solve problems you have with a network.

  1. Open Device manager.
  2. Expand Network changers.
  3. Right click on your network device and select Uninstall tool.
  4. Restart the system.
  5. Open Device manager.
  6. Expand Adatpers network.
  7. Right-click on the network device and select Enable device.

5. Reset network configuration

Restarting the system, resetting the network adapter, and forgetting the network may not leave you with some old network settings unchanged. You can force them to change from Command Prompt.

  1. Open C.quick ommand.
  2. Run the following commands, one-on-one.
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset
ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew
ipconfig /flushdns
  1. Restart the system.

6. Uninstall network tools / applications

If you have recently installed an app that monitors network traffic, or changes your network configuration eg virtual network adapter, or VPN, it may be causing problems with the network. Install it and restart the system.

7. Enable random hardware navigation

  1. Open the Options app (Keyboard shortcut Win + I).
  2. go to Network & Internet.
  3. Select the WiFi network tab.
  4. Click Manage known networks.
  5. Select your network and click Real estate.
  6. Open the Use random drop address and select On.
  7. Restart the system.


The “No Internet, Secure” message may be annoying but in most cases, a simple system restart can fix it.

Failure to do so will resolve one of the many arrangements we have listed here. The only exception is if your ISP is down for maintenance and in that case, you have to wait for the company to resolve the issue.

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