[Dial: 8O6-3O4-3832] Fix Wi-Fi Connection Issues in Windows

How to Fix Internet Connection not Established in Windows

Have a full house of social distancers working, gaming, streaming, and news binging, all at the same time? If you’re experiencing lags, the problem might be on your end. Before you call your ISP, try these easy router tips to get back online.

With the proliferation of smart home devices, online gaming platforms, and video-streaming services, maintaining a strong internet connection is more important than ever. If you’re experiencing lag while playing League of Legends, or it takes forever to download music, there’s a good chance the problem is on your end and not an issue with your internet service provider (ISP).

Before you schedule a service call with your cable company, check out our tips for troubleshooting your internet connection.

If your internet is working, but is working slower than expected, head to a site like Speedtest.net and run a speed test. You’ll get a number in megabits per second denoting the speed your computer is actually experiencing.

From there, head to your ISP’s website and check your bill—if the number on your bill is the same as your speed test, then you’re getting the correct speeds you pay for. If that feels too slow, you’ll need to upgrade to something faster. If your speed test is significantly slower than the speed you pay for, then you are indeed having problems, and should continue with troubleshooting.

Can’t connect to Internet

What does this guided walk-through do?

Provides steps to help you troubleshoot and fix Internet problems in Windows 10.

How does it work?

We’ll begin by asking you questions about the issue you’re experiencing. Next, we’ll take you through a series of troubleshooting steps that are specific to your situation.

[FIX] Unable to Connect Internet Using Ethernet


Step 1: Are you trying to connect to the Internet using a wired (Ethernet) connection, or using a wireless (Wi-Fi) connection?

Step 2: Things to try first (Wired)

To fix the problem here is the first step to try:

Make sure the cable is securely plugged into your PC and your router or modem.

[FIX] Unable to Connect Internet Using WiFi

Step 1: Are you trying to connect to the Internet using a wired (Ethernet) connection, or using a wireless (Wi-Fi) connection?

Step 2: Things to try first (Wi-Fi)

To fix the problem here is the first step to try:

Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on for your device (including any physical Wi-Fi switch, which usually has an indicator light to show when it’s turned on).

  • Select the Internet status icon on the right side of the taskbar, and make sure the Wi-Fi tile is turned on (as indicated in the image below). If it isn’t, select the tile to turn it on. Similarly, make sure Airplane mode tile is turned off (as indicated in the image below).

[Dial: 8O6-3O4-3832] Fix Wi-Fi or Ethernet Connection Issues in Windows

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