Windows 10: My Laptop Keeps Getting "No Internet Access" Message

Discus and support My Laptop Keeps Getting "No Internet Access" Message in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; Hello everyone, My laptop keeps getting the "No Internet Access" message. I would connect to my router using Wi-Fi and after some time the message... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by Iordan Hristov, Oct 18, 2019.

  1. My Laptop Keeps Getting "No Internet Access" Message


    Hello everyone,


    My laptop keeps getting the "No Internet Access" message. I would connect to my router using Wi-Fi and after some time the message would appear on the small window which is used for connecting to networks. Then I would have to reconnect to the network and it gets fixed. This may not sound too bad, but this issue may appear every 2 minutes or every half an hour. It seems that the issue appears on random.


    I have tried to update my driver to the last one which I could find on Intel's website. I also have tried the driver on Asus's website.


    Laptop is:

    Laptop: Asus ROG Strix Scar 2
    Model: GL704GW

    OS: Windows 10

    Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9560 160MHZ



    I am not sure if it is possible for the router to be causing all these issues. I have installed a fresh Windows 10 yesterday, but the issue is still present.


    Any help would be appreciated.

    :)
     
    Iordan Hristov, Oct 18, 2019
    #1

  2. how to access laptop from other laptop by internet remotely

    Method – 1 : AdHoc Network
    Here I am Using Two Laptops say ‘Laptop-1’ and ‘Laptop-2’ for sharing the Data.Therefore First of all we need to Configure both the Laptops One by One as illustrated below.

    Note Imp – You must Give all the Permissions From the Windows Firewall for allowing to Share the Files and Folders therefore some time it becomes difficult to Connect Laptops using the Above method therefore you can use Method 2 by Using IP Messenger a Free Utility For Sharing The data between two Devices.How to boost and Increase your internet speed

    Setting Up Laptop – 1
      • Go to My Computer and Open its Properties.
    Note – If You are a Windows 7 User then Go to My Computer -> Properties -> Advanced System settings

    • Navigate to Computer Name tab and Select Change and Rename the Computer Name to ‘Laptop – 1’ and Tick WORKGROUP and Give it any name as shown below in the Image.
      My Laptop Keeps Getting "No Internet Access" Message 1.jpg
    • Now Go Network Connections.
    Start -> Control Panel -> Network and Internet -> Network and Sharing Center – Change Adapter Settings

    • Now Navigate to the ‘Wireless Network Tab’ and There Select Advanced Button and then Select Computer to Computer (Ad-Hoc) connection.
    • Click on Add Preferred Networks and Provide the Following Details.
    Network name (SSID) – WiFi
    Network Authentication – Open
    Data Encryption – Disabled


    • Now You need to Configure your TCP/IP Settings to Assign the IP Address to the Laptop.
    • Open Your Network Adapter Settings and Go to Properties and Select Internet Protocol Version 4 and Provide the Following IP Address as shown below in the Image.
    IP Address – 192.168.1.1
    Subnet Mask – 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway – 192.168.1.2
    My Laptop Keeps Getting "No Internet Access" Message 2.jpg


    • Click OK and You are all Done.
    Setting Up Laptop – 2
    • Go to My Computer and Open its Properties.
    Note – If You are a Windows 7 User then Go to My Computer -> Properties -> Advanced System settings

    • Navigate to Computer Name tab and Select Change and Rename the Computer Name to ‘Laptop – 2’ and Tick WORKGROUP and Give it any name.
    • Now Go Network Connections.
    Start -> Control Panel -> Network and Internet -> Network and Sharing Center – Change Adapter Settings

    • Next Open ‘Wireless Network adapter’ Properties.
    • Now Navigate to the ‘Wireless Network Tab’ and There Select Advanced Button and then Select Computer to Computer (Ad-Hoc) connection.
    • Click on Add Preferred Networks and Provide the Following Details.
    Network name (SSID) – WiFi
    Network Authentication – Open
    Data Encryption – Disabled

    • Open Your Network Adapter Settings and Go to Properties and Select Internet Protocol Version 4 and Provide the Following IP Address as shown below in the Image.
    IP Address – 192.168.1.2
    Subnet Mask – 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway – 192.168.1.1
    My Laptop Keeps Getting "No Internet Access" Message 3.jpg


    Note- Carefully Enter the Above Details Remember the IP Address should be different for both the Laptops.

    • Click OK and You are all Done.
    Now Open Your Network Adapters and Connect.Also You can Use Map Network Drive to Share the Files or Folder as shown below in the Image.
    My Laptop Keeps Getting "No Internet Access" Message 4.jpg


    Note Imp – You must Give all the Permissions From the Windows Firewall for allowing to Share the Files and Folders therefore some time it becomes difficult to Connect Laptops using the Above method therefore you can use Method 2 by Using IP Messenger a Free Utility For Sharing The data between two Devices.How to Write in English Without Mistakes : SmartEdit

    Method – 2 : Using IP Messenger – Simple and Easy
    This is the Best Method to Connect two Laptops or Computers for sharing the Files.You just need to Download and Install IP Messenger on Both the Laptops or Computers and You are all Done.How to Transfer Data Using USB Cable

    • Set the IP address of one Laptop to be 192.168.0.x(x can be any value between 0-255) and set the another computer IP address 192.168.0.y(y can be any value between 0-255)
    • Make sure that value of x doesn’t match value of y it should be different (For Example set IP 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.0.2)
    • Now Run IP Messenger and You will see the Connected Devices in the List
    • Now You just need to Drag and Drop the Files that you want to Share
    • Accept the Files from the Other Computer and You are all Done
     
    CAPSLOCKSTUCK, Oct 18, 2019
    #2
  3. Internet connection lost on my laptop.....

    Hi Lynn,



    To better assist you, we’d like to get the following information:



    • Are you getting the error message when you open a browser or website?
    • Have you made any changes prior to the issue?
    • Is your laptop connected to the Internet or does it says Not Connected or
      Limited Access?


    In the meantime, please run the Network Adapter Troubleshooter. Here are the steps:



    • Press Windows key + S to open Search.
    • Type in Troubleshooting, then select it from the results.
    • Go to Network and Internet.
    • Select Network Adapter.
    • Click Next and follow the prompts.


    Keep us posted.
     
    Josette Sal, Oct 18, 2019
    #3
  4. MIAGIBBS Win User

    My Laptop Keeps Getting "No Internet Access" Message

    Accessing internet wirelessly.

    How do i get access to internet? This is my dilemma, I have 2 pc's that are accessing the internet by way of ethernet and/or wireless. But my downstairs laptop will not access internet wirelessly . When I try...it just keeps saying checking requirements.
    Also my network is not listed under network connections, but it does appear in the list at the system tray icon.
     
    MIAGIBBS, Oct 18, 2019
    #4
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