Fix No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update

Users are reporting that after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update, they can’t access the Internet as it shows No internet access on Wireless or even on Ethernet. In short, there is no Internet connection, and they are helpless as, without the Internet, they can’t work or use their system properly. Even after running network troubleshooter, the problem doesn’t seem to resolve as it can’t find any problems.

In addition to above, some users are also reporting that there is no network icon in the Notification Area of the Taskbar and there is no way they could connect to the Internet.

What is the cause of No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update?

Well, there are many factors which can cause no WiFi issue. Some of them are corrupted, outdated or incompatible Wireless drivers, incorrect Wireless configuration, hardware issues, network account issue, corrupt profile etc. These are some of the issues that can lead to no internet connection problem after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update.

Note: Make sure you can connect to the same network using your mobile. Also, make sure that Airplane mode is disabled, and Wireless is enabled using the physical switch.

Fix No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update

Before continuing, create a system restore point and also backup your registry just in case something goes wrong.

Method 1: Flush DNS and Reset TCP/IP

1. Open Command Prompt. The user can perform this step by searching for ‘cmd’ and then press Enter.

2. Now type the following command and press Enter after each one:

ipconfig /release
ipconfig /flushdns
ipconfig /renew

3. Again, open Admin Command Prompt and type the following and hit enter after each one:

4. Reboot to apply changes. Flushing DNS seems to Fix No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update.

Method 2: Run Network Troubleshooter

1. Press Windows Key + I to open Settings then click on Update & Security.

2. From the left-hand menu, select Troubleshoot.

3. Under Troubleshoot, click on Internet Connections and then click Run the troubleshooter.

4. Follow further on-screen instructions to run the troubleshooter.

5. Reboot your PC to save changes.

Method 3: Disable and then Enable your network connection

1. Press Windows Key + R then type ncpa.cpl and hit Enter.

2. Right-click on your wireless adapter and select Disable.

3. Again right-click on the same adapter and this time choose Enable.

4. Restart your and again try to connect to your wireless network and see if you’re able to Fix No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update.

Method 4: Forget the Network then again try to connect

1. Click on the Wireless icon in the system tray and then click Network Settings.

2. Then click on Manage Known networks to get the list of saved networks.

3. Now select the one which Windows 10 won’t remember the password for and click Forget.

4.Again click the wireless icon in the system tray and connect to your network, it will ask for the password, so make sure you have the Wireless password.

5. Once you have entered the password, you will connect to the network, and Windows will save this network for you.

6. Reboot your PC and again try to connect to the same network, and this time Windows will remember the password of your WiFi. This method seems to Fix No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update.

Method 5: Uncheck Power Saving for Wireless Adapter

1. Press Windows Key + R then type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.

2. Expand Network adapters then right-click on your installed network adapter and select Properties.

3. Switch to Power Management Tab and make sure to uncheckAllow the computer to turn off this device to save power.

4. Click Ok and close the Device Manager.

5. Now press Windows Key + I to open Settings then Click System > Power & Sleep.

6. On the bottom click, Additional power settings.

7. Now click “Change plan settings” next to the power plan which you use.

8. At the bottom click on “Change advanced power settings.

9. Expand Wireless Adapter Settings, then again expand Power Saving Mode.

10. Next, you will see two modes, ‘On battery’ and ‘Plugged in.’ Change both of them to Maximum Performance.

11. Click Apply, followed by Ok.

12. Reboot your PC to save changes. This would help fix No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update, but there are other methods to try if this one fails to do its job.

Method 6: Update the Network Adapter Driver

1. Press Windows Key + R then type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter.

2. Expand Network adapters then right-click on your installed network adapter and select Update Driver Software.

3. Then choose Search automatically for updated driver software.

4. Reboot your PC to save changes. If the problem persists, then follow the next step.

5. Again select Update Driver Software but this time chooses ‘Browse my computer for driver software.

6. Next, at the bottom click ‘Let me pick from a list of device drivers on the computer.’

7. Select the latest driver from the list and click Next.

8. Let the Windows install drivers and once complete close everything.

9. Reboot your PC to save changes, and you may be able to Fix No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update.

Method 7: Uninstall Network Adapter Driver

1. Press Windows Key + R then type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter to open Device Manager.

2. Expand Network Adaptor and then right-click on the Wireless Network Adaptor and select Uninstall.

3. If asked for confirmation, select Yes.

4. Reboot to save changes and then try to reconnect your Wireless.

Method 8: Temporarily Disable Antivirus and Firewall

Sometimes the Antivirus program can cause Can’t Connect to this network issue in Windows 10. To verify this is not the case here, you need to disable your antivirus for a limited time so that you can check if the error still appears when the antivirus is off.

1. Right-click on the Antivirus Program icon from the system tray and select Disable.

2.  Next, select the time frame for which the Antivirus will remain disabled.

Note: Choose the smallest amount of time possible, for example, 15 minutes or 30 minutes.

3. Once done, again try to connect to open Google Chrome and check if the error resolves or not.

4. Search for the control panel from the Start Menu search bar and click on it to open the Control Panel.

5. Next, click on System and Security then click on Windows Firewall.

6. Now from the left window pane click on Turn Windows Firewall on or off.

7. Select Turn off Windows Firewall and restart your PC.

Again try to open Google Chrome and visit the web page earlier showing Can’t Connect to this network issue in Windows 10If the above method doesn’t work, please follow the same steps to turn on your Firewall again.

Method 9: Run Windows 10 Network Reset feature

1. Press Windows Key + I to open Settings then click on Network & Internet.

2.From the left window pane click on Status.

3.Scroll down to the bottom and click on Network reset.

4. On the next window, click on Reset now.

5. If asks for confirmation, select Yes.

6. Reboot your PC to save changes.

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That’s it you have successfully Fix No Internet Connection after updating to Windows 10 Creators Update but if you still have any queries regarding this guide then feel free to ask them in the comment’s section