How to Make Your Internet Faster
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If the troubleshooter found an error that says WiFi doesn’t have a valid IP configuration, you should reset the TCP/IP. This is the most common solution to this problem, although outdated drivers can also cause it.
To reset the TCP, type command prompt in the Windows search box. Before you launch the prompt, make sure to right-click and select the Run as administrator option otherwise some commands might not work.
Next, type the following commands separately by pressing the Enter key after each one:
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset
Restart your computer and check if your wireless connection works now. If it doesn’t, continue to troubleshoot wifi using our tips below.
Switch your DNS
I have a wonderful video just about that below. I know this works, because some of you live in India, and when I’ve posted this video, a huge number of you commented thanking me for the tip. It seem to have improved terrible ping issues in some countries.
Check Your Antivirus
Having antivirus software is important, but it can sometimes cause a conflict that leads to a limited internet connection message. Take note that Windows Defender, the antivirus that comes with Windows 10, shouldn’t cause any problems with your wireless connection.
Most users report that third-party antivirus software can block WiFi. So if you’ve been struggling with trying to figure this out, try disabling your antivirus. If BitDefender, Avast, AVG, or a similar antivirus is indeed the culprit, uninstall it.
Reinstall the WiFi Driver
In some cases, the WiFi driver is corrupted, and updating it won’t do anything. What you need to do is reinstall it. To do that, you need first uninstall the driver and then either check for updates using the previous solution or download it from the manufacturer’s website.
To remove the existing driver, head over to the Device Manager and look for your WiFi driver under Network adapters.
Select your wireless driver, double-click to launch the Properties panel, and navigate to Driver. There you’ll find the Driver Details button, which will tell you everything you need to know about the driver.
You need this information if you want to download and install the driver from the WiFi card manufacturer’s website.
Now, go back to the driver inside the device manager, right-click on it, and select the Uninstall device option. This will remove the driver from your computer so that you can properly install it.
Once the driver has been removed, you can either go back to the Check for Updates panel we talked about above or to the manufacturer’s website. Either way, install the driver and restart your computer.